Month: December 2019

Carol Service- a time to reflect

It was the Sunday before Christmas and we went to out a Cathedral to listen to a traditional Christmas service.  There was a good crowd in the cafe next door before the service, time to get that coffee and mince pie.  Interestingly the attendance was distinctly skewed towards […]

Travelling home for Christmas

Christmas day is  now just 2 days away so I hope that your plans are either well advanced or complete by now. This is, depending on your views;-a 2020 year old tradition, or a song title and also the message of a well known film. It was emphasised […]

The Green initiative

The green agenda First Minister (Jonah Ocean) – Felix- I’ve been thinking- Principal Secretary- (Felix Everett)- I’m sorry to hear that, is it very painful? and does it happen often? JO- No It does not hurt, and I am entitled to think about current issues FE-Quite First Minister, […]

Photography-Blue,Red to Green

We live in strange times- quite rightly we are concerned about global warming and the resulting climate change.  Yet despite that we say one thing and do the other At this time of year its cold and some years we get snow.   So far this year its […]

Photography-Christmas Wisley

The Royal Horticultural Society at Wisley put on a special show for Christmas.  These are some photographs from their glass house. But it is not all Poinsettia arranged as Christmas trees. Various Animals have also been asked to help There are also the mice who help with tending […]

Photography-Christmas

Its only 9 days to go till 25th December and the preparations are getting very intense. During a recent visited London there was an opportunity to take a few photos. First the West End   Bond Street   These are views of St Paul’s Cathedral The front of  […]