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Woman standing in London mews. A high resolution version of this photo is available for download and prints over here. This link will open in a new window. Thanks for looking.

Millions of books at Bookbarn International

At Hallatrow, Somerset, near to Bath and Bristol, there are many, many second hand books. All £1 each. Bookbarn International website

St John’s Baptist Church, Gentle Street, Frome, Somerset, England, UK

Roof of St Pancras train station, Kings Cross, London, UK

Sunset from the Mendip Hills in Somerset, England, UK

Stuck at Reading train station, England, UK

Random shots with my Fuji x100s after finding myself stuck at Reading train station for an hour or so. No trains into London, none coming out.

Blue moon and the clouds

London Eye ferris wheel and bus light trails on Westminster Bridge. A high resolution version of this photo is available for download and prints over here. This link will open in a new window. Thanks for looking.

Office block, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

London light beams to commemorate First World War

Amazing beams of light shooting into the sky at night in London. The work is to commemorate the 100 years since England joined the First World War. A high resolution version of the first photo in this gallery is available for download and prints over here. This link will open in a new window. Thanks for looking.

Everything is Going to be Alright

A high resolution version of this photo is available for download and prints over here. This link will open in a new window. Thanks for looking.

London bricks and windows

Black and White trees to field, Willow Vale, Frome

New football apps launched

Today is one of those muggy hot days in London when the air seems to have been used up.

But it’s also a nice day because at work we have launched six new apps for football clubs.

Working alongside TribeHive, fans of these football clubs will be able to connect to each while inside the stadiums, using connectivity and data sharing within the apps. No need for expensive wifi.

Here’s a nice video which does a better job of explaining it.

This is initially a two-month trial. It involves Queens Park Rangers, Middlesbrough, Watford, Bolton, Birmingham, and Brighton.

Let’s see if football fans like it. So far, the immediate feedback has been very positive.

Now I’m off for a cold shower, a chill in a hammock, and a cooling drink served in a tall glass.

Bulbs strung across window at London cafe

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