Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Aliens have landed

The Aliens have landed on Crosby beach in ‘Another Place’.You can see their spaceship in the background. Most of them have been here for several years but a friend turned up from Buckinghamshire. He must have been tired after the … Continue reading

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Dunham Massey

We started todays walk from Dunham Massey. The magnificent Georgian House is set in a 300 acre deer park and was built for the Earl of Warrington in the 18th century. We started from the tower and walked across the … Continue reading

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Yesterday I joined the Mid-week group from my local Rambling Club, Crosby CHA for a pleasant walk on the Wirral led by John and Doreen Myerscough. We caught the train to Moreton and then headed towards the foreshore.We walked towards … Continue reading

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The Dream

Last night I woke up with a start. My heart was thumping, I had been dreaming. Or was it a nightmare? I had been in a graveyard and a lady in white was walking towards me. Today I searched through … Continue reading

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Photo Competitions

I have just entered these images in the Great British Small Print Circuit Competition. The standard is very high so I am keeping my fingers crossed. Open Colour prints VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL       1.Young Goths,   2. … Continue reading

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Formby Pinewoods and coastline

We started our walk from by the National Trust notice board at the Squirrel Reserve at Formby, one of the few remaining places in the country where the Red Squirrels can be found. A couple of years ago about 80% … Continue reading

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