In search of a partnerRead more: In search of a partner
I was in search of a girlfriend or partner and was told I should go on a dating site – but I had no idea what kind of person I was looking for, and during lockdown turned to TV for clues.
Courtenay ParkRead more: Courtenay Park
One of my favourite Newton Abbot parks. There are many to choose from, all with entirely different characters. Photos take in 2009.
Newton Abbot ArchitectureRead more: Newton Abbot Architecture
An overheard conversation on a train prompted me to take photographs of architecture in Newton Abbot. Some people do not speak highly of the town but it has many buildings to be proud of.
Scotland Day 16: First Day HomeRead more: Scotland Day 16: First Day Home
A series of dreams gave new meaning to the two weeks I have just spent in Scotland. I could finally be on the verge of writing my first novel…
Scotland Day 15: The End of the JourneyRead more: Scotland Day 15: The End of the Journey
Over 9 hours on the road and 475 miles covered. The end of a journey for me and my travelling companions. No photos today but here is a shot of the fabulous B&B we stayed in on the Isle of Skye.
Scotland Day 14: Kilmacolm, Port Glasgow & CardrossRead more: Scotland Day 14: Kilmacolm, Port Glasgow & Cardross
A personal odyssey for myself and one of my travelling companions as I visit my first school and Tim visits the village where he grew up.
Scotland Day 13: Loch Lomond & The TrossachsRead more: Scotland Day 13: Loch Lomond & The Trossachs
Our 13th day in Scotland was relatively short and relaxing, taking in Aberfoyle and a number of lochs in The Trossachs, an area I feel I know fairly well after a number of visits in recent years.
Scotland Day 12: Skye to Loch LomondRead more: Scotland Day 12: Skye to Loch Lomond
Not a long drive in terms of miles but a long drive in terms of scenery and road conditions. Extremely enjoyable.