December was not just a multi country month, as was September, but a multi continental month, Europe and North America. It'd been a long time since I'd managed to step foot on shores so far from home. But this does, of course, bring to an end my 365 project. A photo a day, every day, … Continue reading December



One begins to tire as one approaches the finish line. I’m feeling tired in general as we approach the end of the year. Crossing the Atlantic and moving into a different time zone screwed around with my body clock far more this time than it normally does. And it is normally a bit of a … Continue reading November


It’s been a varied month. At one point we had temperatures up into the 20s. We’ve had some apocalyptic downpours since then. I’ve been walking up and down the pier most days. We’ve had a couple of trips to London. And I’ve been feeding the squirrels in Bournemouth Gardens lots of monkey nuts. One of … Continue reading October


September is over and it has taken summer with it. The temperatures remained in the low 20s - T-shirt weather - up until yesterday, when they suddenly plummeted by up to ten degrees. I’ve had to wear a jacket for the last two days when venturing outside. We put the heating on for an hour … Continue reading September


Another month, another batch of photos. Thirty one this month, seeing as it’s July. There’s lots of train station, beach and Weymouth. A bit of London. But the best thing about July 2021, generally speaking, was that the towns and cities burst back into life as restrictions ended. Huzzah. Created with RNI Films app. Preset … Continue reading July


Let’s have a quick look through the daily photos for June, shall we? There’s a bit of London, a few days of the Cotswolds, a sprinkle of the Purbecks and a whole load of Bournemouth. There’s an an obvious railway theme there too. Which is unsurprising, given my line of work. Ultimately, this collection of … Continue reading June


Another month gone, another batch of photos uploaded. May turned out to be a month of transition and change. The lockdown largely ended and shops and restaurants opened up. I got new trainers. The weather belatedly turned from cold and miserable to warm and sunny. And Debenhams around the country closed their doors for the … Continue reading May