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35mm photography and a smidgeon of everything else

Instant Oxford. 

Instant Oxford. 

It was very windy in Denmark, and this managed to mess up more than one of my photographs as my uncontrollable hair kept flying in front of the lens. Here is a church on the same road as our hostel, and the church/crematorium of a huge cemetery in Copenhagen - both guest-starring my hair.

My love of ducks knows no bounds. Swans can just go away, but ducks are The One.

Ice-creams and canals; enjoying spring in the Netherlands.

Ice-creams and canals; enjoying spring in the Netherlands.

I hate flying, but I do love a bus ride. 

Morning and evening in a beautiful city.

Utrecht, Netherlands.

It’s only when travelling that I really appreciate just how rare and marvellous London’s preponderance of FREE museums and galleries is. The British Museum ranks right up there in my list of favourite London sights.

"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!”

"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!”

Spires outside the Kastellet star fortress.

Lots of blues in my Denmarkstagrams. 

The glasshouse in Copenhagen’s botanical gardens. We visited on a very grey day, but I imagine in summer it’s GLORIOUS.

We visited the original Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen, and they still keep carthorses there. You’re meant to pet them “at your own risk” but they’re CUTE AS.

We visited the original Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen, and they still keep carthorses there. You’re meant to pet them “at your own risk” but they’re CUTE AS.

Art in all its forms at the Danish National Gallery in Copenhagen.