Mother & Child
A cosy sleep for them both.
Gun Dogs & Master
Taking a break in the shoot wagon.
The Keeper Waits
Early in the drive.
Ted & Michael
Before the start of the shoot.
Maybe that was the year she was born.
Proud Mr Burrell
Or proud Mr Burrell's grandson. No oily rag, he.
The fireworks are over and the bonfire is not what it was. The end of the party.
In Hong Kong there are some lovely gardens hidden amongst the bustle.
A new example of the back double.
Saunton Sands, Devon, UK.
Summer, After Lunch
The was taken in the Jardin d'Iris at the Chateau de Vullierens, Switzerland, in June 2014. They did serve a very good lunch there, it has to be said.
What's that strange black and glass thing he's pointing at me?
It is a quiet day at Rafiq's market stall of high fashion in the town of Albert in Northern France. He is taking a load off while he can. Who knows? It may be busier this afternoon.
Once again it is time to praise the Lord and a key element of so doing is the trusty church organist with his rear view mirror. But will he play all those notes in the right order? We shall see.
Slow Progress In Fez
A chance observation of a delightful old chap in a street in Fez, Morocco. For some reason I imagine he was a very precise man.
That'll do, Wilson.
Very Big Issue
In the UK there is a magazine sold on the streets and it is called 'The Big Issue'. This is one of their street sellers. By the look of him business is booming.
A Cloud Over Farmer Giles
Cambridgeshire Farmer Giles. Always positive. Even in the face of bad weather. Tis true we can learn much from his example.
Decisions, eh? Yet the clue's in the title.
Our good friend Emil is contemplating a visit to Argentina. Some of his old regimental pals are having a celebration there. He hasn't seen them since 1945 and there wasn't much time to say goodbye.
It's Saturday, 31st January 2015. We're outside Sherborne Abbey, Dorset, UK. Doug is having a leisurely liquid breakfast with the job section of his local newspaper. Let us pray the sun is shining on his prospects.
Daffy Dance Class
It's one of those summer nostalgia shows and it's the 40s again. Now how the hell do you do that duck thing they did then?
Eyes On The Prize
A blur of effort and we're home.
Over The Sticks
A Chequered History
"Placed in six maidens", it says here. Gosh.
Beady Eyed Bookie
Ashley. He of the beady eye. Or is it Eric, his back-room boy, who looks so quizzical?
Lovely old brass framed binoculars. Once used by King Leopold of Bavaria. Not these, though. These are the property of a lovely couple from Penge.
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