Monthly Archives: January 2018

Kingfisher on the Towey

There is no NextGEN album with the ID: “13”! I had just set up in one of my favourite spots on the river Towey between Llandovery and Cilycwm, when the blue streak went by. Luckily he or she stopped to … Continue reading

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Eagles and Egg Collectors

 One of the books I have borrowed from my friend Carl Jones is “The Golden Eagle” by J Whitaker. It is a compendium of records, diaries and articles from several generations of egg collectors, one of whom was the author’s … Continue reading

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Planning the Trip

I’m making good progress in deciding on my itinerary. Thelma’s birthday is the first of May, so I will be leaving the next day. I’m not by any means a natural driver, and with the radio offering me little more … Continue reading

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Big lenses

I’ve done it! It took some doing mind: a lot of calculations, poring over spreadsheets, and projecting future credits, but at length I convinced myself. I’ve been nurturing  a pot of capital set aside to pay the interest on a … Continue reading

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Research

 I have a new lens; more of that later. Today I have something more important to do than testing lens combinations, more important than doing a bit of re-wiring in the camper, even more important than scouring ebay for the … Continue reading

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