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1. The Owl Wood Stories - with very few of your actual owls involved!
The Owl Wood Stories - with very few of your actual owls involved!
The Owl Wood's official name-of-record at the Land Registry and the Woodland Trust is "Kew Wood". It is a tiny part of Lincolnshire, England, set aside for Owl Conservation - and that is why it is known to all of the locals as "The Owl Wood". Crammed into the space alongside the lane that leads ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:02:13
2. The Aby Village Enduro - Banovallum MCC
The Aby Village Enduro - Banovallum MCC
Once a year, one family-owned farm in the tiny village of Aby in Lincolnshire hosts a spectacular Motorbike Enduro race. The Banovallum MCC in return gives a cash donation in support of the village hall. Crops are gathered and the fields left as stubble. The farm's network of fields is intercon...
Sports & Recreation - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:02:36
3. How to photograph a Stage Rally
How to photograph a Stage Rally
Ah, the aroma of scorched rubber and unburned hydrocarbons, the throaty roar of powerful engines turning oily cogwheels in beaten up muddy machinery. But enough about how I cooked breakfast this morning, let's get down to some English rally stages and what you can do with a camera while you're ru...
Arts & Design - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:13:03
4. The ghostly White Lady of Winnington Hall in Cheshire
The ghostly White Lady of Winnington Hall in Cheshire
Winnington Hall of Northwich in Cheshire, England has been many things over the years, although, apart from a few years after it was built I don't think it has ever known what it was supposed to be, or been very happy. The building dates back to around 1600 and was orignally a private residence....
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:14:05
5. A visit to the National Bubble & Micro Car Museum, England
A visit to the National Bubble & Micro Car Museum, England
The museum is based at Langrick, near Boston in Lincolnshire and has over fifty fantastic bubble and micro cars on display indoors. I went along for a visit and ended up drooling over the exhibits for hours. They made me wipe up after myself - apparently damp can make the cars shrink even furthe...
Cars - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:05:49
6. Vintage Medieval Wedding Photography
Vintage Medieval Wedding Photography
Well - there is no such thing! The "TimeTeam" team have yet to dig up the remains of a fifteenth-century vintage wedding photographer under his tripod and velvet dark-cloth, anyway! However ... he said, giving a hint that it might not be so clear-cut. There are ways to properly pay respects to ...
Weddings - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:02:14
7. How much time will a photographer need on my wedding day?
How much time will a photographer need on my wedding day?
This is a worry that I often meet when talking to new clients - they want every photo they can possibly get of their wedding or ceremony but have no experience of professional photographers or what all-day coverage will entail. This lens is to give you...
Weddings - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:04:37

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