Slow Sunday In Serandon


Today, Sunday, was designated a no drive day. Not quite a duvet day as we were both up and dressed. Not even a pottering day since we are not in our own home. A bit of toast with a cup, or two, of coffee. ┬áMeandering around the gite and grounds, a bit of blogging and… Continue reading Slow Sunday In Serandon

View From The Conservatory


So, I hear this commotion going on over my head. Thinking it’s a couple of fat pigeons I look up and what do I see. Yep, my neighbour’s cat, Daisy, about eight feet up. Presumably, stalking the birds, hence all the noise. I’ve also included this archive shot of some Apple Blossom. Since I have… Continue reading View From The Conservatory

UK citizens may soon need licenses to photograph some stuff they already own


http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/12/you-may-soon-need-a-licence-to-take-photos-of-that-classic-designer-chair-you-bought/ This is just another example of the insidious bureaucracy that is blighting the UK. If this is allowed to go ahead, every casual photographer will be at risk of being criminalised without their knowledge. And, surely, the onus should be placed on the holder of any work of art to warn of their copyright… Continue reading UK citizens may soon need licenses to photograph some stuff they already own