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Free to Choose One’s Views

I’ve been volunteering my photography services to the Open Britain Campaign for almost a year now.  This is a cross-party organisation whose goal is to fight against a hard, destructive […]

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Flâneuse Forever

London is my home town.  It’s not where I was born or where I grew up — those were several suburban areas in the midwest and east coast of America. […]

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I Have Something in My Eye

In late March, my family had a reunion/birthday celebration in the homes of my parents and sister.  This also included my brother from the Boston area and other brother living […]

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This Woman’s On Fire

Hundreds of thousands of women all over the world not only took to the streets on Saturday the 26th of January to march against racism and sexism, but they’d prepared […]

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Another Festive Sparkle in Kew

This past Friday the 2016 Kew Sparkle took place in the village with Christmas lights, festive market stalls, fairy lights, the carousel, tea cups and families with their pets.  And […]

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A Tale of Two Counties

Of all the places I’ve ever lived – and there have been at least a dozen, London is by far the most exciting, socially & culturally enriching and civilised.  And […]

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