Tag: 2018

film night

Movie night

When going to the pictures in the UK this is what you hear while you munch on your popcorn. I’m lucky to have a local “independent” cinema just at the end of the road. That doesn’t rip your arm off, when you get a ticket and a bucket of popcorn. See full screen

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Leverburgh Harris Ferry Terminal

We are sailing

Waiting at the Leverburgh, Harris, Ferry Terminal to embark, listing to the ferry docking. The sounds of big metal bits against concrete with cars rolling over. Gives me flash back to holidays in Denmark before all the bridge building (if you are Danish you will understand 🙂 ), when took the ferry often. Oh and […]

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the tube in london

The Tube

If have spend any time in London, you would be hard pushed not to have used the underground trains, aka the tube. It is surprising how fast you get used to it, learn the short cuts and what lines goes where. At first it is an underground labyrinth, that you can’t make head or tail […]

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Love London Have London

Love vs Hate

I got a love vs hate relationship with London. Love : The crowds, the buzzing 24/7 life style, lights, nightlife, early mornings, the global cosmopolitan, the intermingled mixture cultures and ideas, the sounds, the music, the food. Was standing out side KX for 10min and heard Italian, Spanish, Russian, German, French, Cantonese, friends from all […]

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music night

Music night

Over the weekend I had the pleasure of visiting a very good friend, it’s always a pleasure to catch up with him. When we retire to his living room, he will go to his expansive record collection. Anything from Classical, R&B, Funk, Jazz, Rock’n’Roll, Hip Hip, Film Scores, Blues… you name it. He will then […]

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a swift one down the pub

Just a swift one

I enjoyed a swift one while waiting for a friend in London. In this rather splendid pub, Craft Beer Co. Good music, comfy chair and a nice cold one. See full screen

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london calling

London Calling

Waiting for the call for the train to London. Can you spot the error? Hint: time, so how did I managed to do that then? Ideas on a postcard erm a comment below. See full screen

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rain on van

A wash out

The day before I enjoyed this view of Dumyat (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Mhèad) Hill, and I wanted to walk up it. I checked out the weather forecast and it looked like more clouds, but the rain would at least hold back to until lunch time. Therefore I decided to get up early so that I […]

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waterfall

Waterfall

Had a walk around Castle Campbell in Scotland and enjoyed the sound of the waterfalls in the forest below and around the castle. The river Dollar Glen is fed by the streams Burn of Sorrow and Burn of Care. I recorded this from a small waterfall of the Burn of Sorrow, not that I feel […]

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driving to mum

Driving to mum

Every time we drive over to mum, aka Tilley‘s favourite person. At about half a mile away from the door, we go thru a roundabout. This is the starting point, for this little serenade for mum. See full screen

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thunderstorm

Summer storms

It has been playing around for the last 48 hours, trying to get started but failed. Then finally it broke the heat wave that have been around for the last few weeks and gave us a good old summers thunder-storm. Not only does the plants need a drop of a water, we too could use […]

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supermaket

Shopping

Necessary evils that is shopping. Yes I can go online and get it delivered. But sometimes you do need it now. My main pet hate with supermarkets is that they change their layout or move products around. So have to go up and down the aisles or worse ask for directions! See full screen

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Skipton Cycle Races

At the races

Enjoyed the British Cycling Criterium Road Racing, Skipton Cycle Races edition. See full screen

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chimes for sale

Chimes

Got a bit of a love hate relationship with these things. While I really do like walking through town or market while these chime away. I just can’t have them in a neighbours garden. Funny thing is that I can fall asleep anywhere that got a noisy background, but these things … See full screen

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Peoples Vote March 2018

Peoples Vote March

Sadly I couldn’t go this time, to the Peoples Vote March. There was nearly 500.000 by some accounts. Looked like a grand day out Here’s two 360 clips from that day, thanks to my friend. (remember to click and drag around or spin your mobile around) 1: 4k version – 360 camera #PeoplesVoteMarch Brexit demonstration […]

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Are you up?

Was moaning a bit when our dog woke me up at 4:40am for a nature call. Couldn’t really get angry with her, as I got to hear and see this, even though my bed was calling.

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Tour de Yorkshire, Barden Moor, 2018

Tour de Yorkshire

We are so lucky that this amazing race is on our door step. The atmosphere, the smiles and of-course bike p0rn. We have both seen races in France and elsewhere. This is not the same as seeing the pro riding the same roads you pootle on. Tour of Yorkshire has become a spring classic for […]

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Late train

Arriving back home, after a trip down to that there London. See full screen

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