Category Archives: Trebetherick

Photographic review of the year 2014

My main attribute as a photographer is the good fortune to go to a lot of interesting places during a year. Sure, it helps that work requires me to have a half-decent camera and the editing software to go with … Continue reading

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And an old dog is generally in their company

My title comes from the closing chapter of Dombey & Son. Dickens realised after sending the manuscript to his proof-reader that he had left a loose end, and he wrote to him: “I suddenly remember that I have forgotten Diogenes.  Will you … Continue reading

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A couple sitting by the sea

I have become chary of referring to people as “old” since I am already past an age which I would have considered ancient when I was, say, 25. These two, sitting at the top of the beach at Daymer Bar, … Continue reading

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Contrasting cruises on the Camel

  Neither of the boat trips shown here can properly be described as a cruise. The word does, however, have an alliterative value for the purposes of my title. The first boat is one of those noisy vulgar things, as … Continue reading

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Trebetherick sea and sky

I am at Trebetherick in North Cornwall. My wife, Mary Ann, has been coming here since she was an infant, and we first came here together 30 years or so ago. Our eldest son learnt to walk down here; all three … Continue reading

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