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Date archive: February 2015

I am giving my ‘IMAGES FROM THE EDGE’ illustrated polar talk to Bebington 2nd Scout group on Tues 17th March at 6.45pm, in the Activity Hall at Wirral Grammar School for Boys. This event is to help raise funds for 2nd Bebington Scouts, the same group my eldest son attended over a decade ago. This invite made me think back to my years in the…

Today, the 27th of February, is International Polar Bear Day, observed annually to raise awareness of the protection of the threatened species. As of 2008, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) reported that the global population of polar bears was between 20,000 and 25,000 – but is declining due to a number of factors. One of…

Had a wonderful day with Reception/Infants and Years 1/2 at Hope C of E Primary School, near Minsterley in Shropshire. This small rural school is run by Headteacher Kirsty Foulkes and a dedicated team of teachers. It’s a busy place with a real buzz when you walk through the door. For a modest cost, relatives…

A beautiful bright and crisp February day, so I took a walk through Port Sunlight, the model village created by Lord Lever for his workers from the late C19th. The buildings were looking wonderful in the ‘sunlight’, particularly the Duke of York Cottages as in this shot. This photogenic group of dwellings was opened by…

Just finished putting together my latest illustrated talk. Preparation has taken a few years – to make the trips, shoot and edit the images and research the material, but I hope it will be one of the most interesting and diverse presentations yet. In 1519 Magellan became the first European to navigate a wild and…

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