Tide Lines

•27 March 2019 • Leave a Comment

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… I love my tide app …

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… saves me getting stranded …
which has happened a few times

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… although it’s only water and I’ve always been ok …
even when surrounded by (killer – ??!!) jellyfish

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… but better to be sensible in my old age …

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Coming soon …

•17 March 2019 • Leave a Comment

Nothing to do Easter weekend?
Well visit East Wemyss
and support local arts and crafts

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WW2 Defences at Tentsmuir

•2 March 2019 • Leave a Comment

 

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1000

•28 February 2019 • Leave a Comment

… apparently I’ve posted 1000 times …

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… so look out for the next 1000 …

Tentsmuir in the Fog

•28 February 2019 • Leave a Comment

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… a foggy drive across Fife …

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… leading me …

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… to the beach …

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… where I can see very little
and the sound of the sea
is broken by the invisible barking dogs ..

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… wandering into the woods …

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… the trees look more magnificent than ever in the murky light …

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London Mithraeum

•20 February 2019 • Leave a Comment

… the London Mithraeum lies over one of
London’s lost rivers – the Walbrook –
which marked the boundary of the Romans’
first settlement of Londinium.
Now it lies in the heart of the City of London …

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… Shift By Claudia Wieser currently  welcomes you
on the ground floor of the Bloomberg Space …

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… an intricate patchwork of sculpture and collage …

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… bringing the old and the new together …

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… and leading to the interactive display of Roman objects …

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… the original Temple of Mithras was built c AD240
this recreation was largely unearthed in 1952-54
and the reconstruction uses as much of the original
findings as possible …

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… most of what is known about the cult of Mithras
comes from various archaeological sites as there are
no eyewitness accounts but it is known that
it was for men only, popular with the military
and included initiation ceremonies and rituals …

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… the iconic image of Mithras killing a bull
is often interpreted as a creation myth …

Well worth a visit
https://www.londonmithraeum.com/temple-of-mithras/

 

Photography Workshops

•15 February 2019 • Leave a Comment

… doing a de-clutter and clearance
of old work materials …

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… not only is it very satisfying and liberating
to get rid of unwanted paperwork
but
coming across things like this letter
reminds me why
I loved
doing workshops and working with kids …

… and please don’t dry your wet photos with a towel …
very messy