Remembering Stonehenge, London and thereabouts with my Sony Cyber-shot

In response to Derrick Knight‘s post I dug up some photos I sent to friends by email while I was in London for a month in August/September 2013.  All my photos are locked up in an old computer and these are all that I can find of those days.

I was staying in an apartment on Dukes Road WC1.

It was a hot summer and children were jumping into the pond at the Victoria and Albert:

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Fossils of sea animals and birds’ eggs at the Natural History Museum next door to V&A

I took day trips with London Walks to Stonehenge, the Cotswold and Salisbury:

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Near Salisbury Cathedral

 

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The Cotswold

Here I was in Bath:

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Cambridge:

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Back in London:

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All I can remember about this building is that the metal pipes are filled with water – Derrick?

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This is my favourite find in London – a love letter?

All these photos were taken with the Sony Cyber-shot, a little point-and-shoot job.  It has been replaced by the iPhone.

About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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7 Responses to Remembering Stonehenge, London and thereabouts with my Sony Cyber-shot

  1. taphian says:

    I really enjoyed being taken to England by you, dear Mary. I had a Cyber shot camera, too, and I think it made good photos. The landscapes with the flowers are really lovely. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend, kind regards Mitza

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  2. Sunshine Jansen says:

    Found poetry is always the high point of my wanderings, but alas there’s as little of that as love in the world. Both are on my list of things to fix. ^_^

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  3. An excellent tour you had, Mary. Well done. You got a better view of Stonehenge than I did. I can’t identify the building. Thanks for the mention and link

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