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Once upon a time I was a virologist. But then the world moved on and I took up writing and photography, particularly panoramic photography, capturing and writing about the places I have been to. Occasionally I have some thoughts. The rare one may be original, but who am I to say?

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My WeekendNotes - 31
The Infinite Line Between Dating and Dying is a short, humorous poke at the extreme ends of online dating, written and d... [more]
01/12/2015 - 05/12/2015
On Friday 13 March, the 18th century church of All Hallows-on-the-Wall, near Liverpool Street in London, will be transfo... [more]
On Friday 27th February, the 18th century church of All Hallows-on-the-Wall near Liverpool Street in London will be... [more]
There is nothing like a Prohibition Party for the chance to experience the sumptuous Jazz Age, dress up and let your h... [more]
If you love the Roaring Twenties, then the Bourne and Hollingsworth Prohibition Party is the place to be. Being held at ... [more]
If you've ever wondered what might happen should the cast and stage hands fall out just before the curtain rises, then T... [more]
02/12/2014 - 07/12/2014
The moat of the Tower of London has been transformed into a sea of red. Over the past weeks, 888,246 ceramic poppies... [more]
10/11/2014 - 30/11/2014
24,000 children in Brazil do it every night, could I sleep on the streets for just one? Shivering in the cold is not... [more]
There are few places like a theme park full of roller coasters to give you that 'you spin me right round' feeling, a... [more]
Are there better ways to see London than paying the View from the Shard prices? It turns out that visiting the Shard... [more]
As the tail end of Huricane Gonzalo swept over London, I headed up The Shard to the Hutong Bar on the 32nd floor with a ... [more]
Looking outside at the moment the skies are cold and mostly wet, so who, in their right mind, would want to sleep ou... [more]
24/10/2014 - 25/10/2014
This picture shows a partial panoramic view over London at sunset as seen from the 38th floor of the Gherkin (30 St Mary... [more]
Housed within the Art Deco style Victoria House in central London, the Bloomsbury Ballroom is a well known as an eve... [more]
Richmond Park is famous for its deer, but if you go down to the park in autumn you'd better go in disguise. For Sept... [more]
360 Precision are offering over 3300 worth of photography equipment in their competition bonanza. The competition cl... [more]
29/09/2014 - 23/10/2014
For all those bitten by the travel bug the Adventure Travel Show has to be one of the biggest events of the year. Be... [more]
17/01/2015 - 18/01/2015
In February 2015 the London Cruise Show sails into town, docking at the London Olympia for two days. Held between Sa... [more]
14/02/2015 - 15/02/2015
If you are interested in the opportunity to taste 240 different ales, ciders and perries the head off to the 2014 As... [more]
03/10/2014 - 04/10/2014
Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks, and most popular tourist attractions, in London. It is a beaut... [more]
A new and vibrant band from Brisbane, The Cairos come to the Sebright Arms on Friday 19th September as part of their UK ... [more]
We all know the story, a young girl gets caught in a twister, dropped onto a witch and then goes off to kill another wit... [more]
06/07/2014 - 25/07/2015
Between Tuesday 30 September 2014 - Monday 13 October 2014 the Southbank Centre will hold the London Literature Festiv... [more]
30/09/2014 - 13/10/2014
The Changing of the Guard in London is at one level very simple. The guards at various places change duties. Yet, at... [more]
This summer in London has been the Year of the Books. In previous years we have seen decorated sculptures of elephan... [more]
08/09/2014 - 16/09/2014
Currently at the Eastern end of St Jame's Park, just opposite Horse Guards Parade, adjacent to the Guards Memorial, ... [more]
04/08/2014 - 11/11/2014
Regents Park is one of the most popular parks in London. Covering 410 acres, the park was originally hunting ground ... [more]
Morden, can anything good come from Morden? This is what I used to think, along with, "One does not simply walk into... [more]
Visiting Camden Markets Famous for its alternative lifestyle, Camden Town, with the associated Camden Market, is cons... [more]
Walk north along the Lea River from the Olympic Park and you will very quickly feel like you are miles away from Lon... [more]
Relive old memories and help the kids create new ones with a visit to the Zig Zag Railway. Situated at Clarence, just... [more]