Posts Tagged ‘England’

Trig Points

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Do you know where you are?   England is dotted with over 6000 hidden-in-plain-sight concrete pillars. I had never heard of them until now, but once I did, I had to go find myself a few. They are called Trig Points. With Satellites and cell phones it’s easy to know where you are. But 75 […]

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Seven Photographs: Highgate Cemetery in the Snow [Part III]

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Click here to see other photographs from HighGate Cemetery including directions and history.

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Seven Photographs: Highgate Cemetery in the Snow [Part II]

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Click here to see all the photographs from Highgate Cemetery including directions and history.

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Douglas Adams resting at Highgate Cemetery

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I don’t know what to say. I have listened to Mr. Adams read ‘Last Chance to See’ so many times my girlfriend gets annoyed when I quote it verbatim. My Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy books are falling apart because they are my go-to books when my brain hurts. I planned to stand next to […]

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Seven Photographs: Highgate Cemetery in the Snow [Part I]

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     My aunt, knowing that I love cemeteries, told me to visit Highgate Cemetery. I went looking on the web to see what all the fuss was about. I clicked on the Friends of Highgate Cemetery website and looked at the list of famous interns. The first on the list is probably one of my […]

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Eight Photographs: Snow on Brompton Cemetery, London

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     On a snowy walk, between my Aunt’s house on Fulham Palace Road and The Earl’s Court Underground Station, I randomly came across a cemetery.      After wandering about, I looked up a little of its history.      It was created by an act of Parliament in 1840 along with six other cemeteries. At that […]

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Random London Snow Photographs: Well Endowed SnowWoman and Drink More Gin!

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This was made by a couple of young ladies, in a park near Earl’s Court, London. A novel use for those coal pieces that once went for eyes. Drink More Gin! For those that know me, no explanation is required.

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6 Photographs: Fulham Palace Road Cemetery in the Snow

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Just down the road from my Aunt’s house in London is the Fulham Palace Road Cemetery. It had stopped snowing for the afternoon, so I went out wandering with my camera. The last time I was at this cemetery, it was not snowing, Click here to see those photographs,

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Walking London: Tate to Tate

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     Good Morning Therm. I can’t believe you haven’t been to London. It seems like every time I turn around you’re jaunting off to some South Asian country just to make me jealous.      So London. For a day. What should you do?      The list of stupendous things to do in London is endless, […]

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Devon: Lympstone Covered with Snow

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My parents live in the small English Village of Lympstone, set up against the River Exe, on the south coast, in the County of Devon. It almost never snows in Lympstone, which was why I was so excited when I woke up horribly early because of jet lag and saw millions of little pieces of […]

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In England…

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    In England, Doctor Who monsters guard the portals to parallel universes.     Or as we know it, construction in a snowy London cemetery.

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Six Photographs: Budleigh Salterton Cemetery and Dark Lane with Snow

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In the little town of Budleigh Salterton, on the south coast of England, there is a cemetery. My grandmother is now in that cemetery. The day after the funeral my mother and I stopped by, and I took some photographs. The next day it snowed, so we went back. On the way we drove through […]

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