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I have a Facebook page for occasional blog-like articles:

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Facebook Photo Album Links

Facebook seems like as good a place as any to put one's photos, so here are links to the albums I have set up on my account there:

Miscellany. Just some random pics.

Modular synth. Photos of my synth (many are hereabouts anyway).

Holiday snaps - North Wales '09. A short break in North Wales, 2009.

Holiday snaps - weekend in York, 2008. A quick weekend away in York, 2008.

Holiday snaps - South-East Spain 2007. Some photos from my trip to Spain, with friends Karen & Rod, in 2007.

Holiday snaps - South of France 2006. Some photos from my trip with Karen & Rod to France, in 2006.

Skiing photos. I used to go skiing every year (from 1983 to 1995) and have loads of pictures of the various resorts I skied in. They are all colour positive slides (Kodachrome 64) and when scanned come out with a horrid purple hue to them. I finally discovered a way in PaintShopPro to make them acceptable (they are still quite 'bluish', but at least I am now happy that they are publishable!).

Harry Potter Studio Tour. I visited the tour at the studios in Leavesden a few months after it opened—dyed-in-the-wool Harry Potter fans will find much there to entertain! (This one's not a Facebook album, but at my web host).

Bangor during my college days there, and a few brief visits since.

Local stuff:

The River Chelt runs slap-bang through the middle of Cheltenham, largely unnoticed—recently I decided to photographically-document its journey through the town.

Cheltenham's Banksy ('Spy Booth'). This appeared in April 2014 near my local shops, and initially caused a bit of a stir. It has survived attempts to remove and sell it (the house it is painted on is actually a listed building!), but it has been spray-painted over several times (can graffiti be vandalised?) and is now frankly something of an eyesore.

Pilley Bridge Nature Reserve A curious little community-based project, making use of derelict land on the course of an old railway.

[Page last updated: 31 Oct 2015]