Paralia Sergoylas, Greece – a photoblog

At last I had found one of those iconic white stone Greek churches set amongst olive trees and a bright cobalt sky as a backdrop. Staying near Skaloma on the Gulf of Corinth I was gradually exploring the nearby fishing villages and  Paralia Sergoylas was one of my favourites …… well it had to be after finding that church! […]

St Ann’s Hill Cemetery, Gosport

I didn’t travel far for this post! …..in fact just to my nearest town (Gosport) where I visited the old part of the Municipal Cemetery, never been there before but I was quite taken by it. It’s overgrown, the gravestones are hard to read and some are subsiding. There are blackberry bushes, spider’s webs and […]

Three spots for a great view of Prague

  The second floor of the Museum of Illusional Art will get you a fantastic view of the astronomical clock, coincide your visit with the chime on the hour to see the clock movements. You will also get a birds eye view of couples posing for their wedding photographs. Town hall tower observation floor for […]

Exeter Town Quay

Didn’t get much time in Exeter but I did have enough time to visit the Quay, grab lunch and a few photos…this is what I saw after eating tortilla chips and salsa and supping a Salcombe Gin at Mango’s cafe and bar  

Kew Gardens London- photoblog

Kew is on the south bank of the Thames and west of central London, definitely worth a visit if visiting the capital. Full price ticket of £16 could give you most of a day’s entertainment especially if the weather is good. Combine a visit with a Thames path walk and watch the cricket on the green whilst […]

That changing face of taking photos.

Pre digital photography the traveller had to wait until they had returned home or find a chemist to organise printing of photos. It was expensive and you had to be selective at just exactly you would take a photo of and hope that no one would walk across your landscape as you clicked the shutter. […]