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  I managed to creep up to Cirencester to a goddaughters wedding and the backdrop in one of those pristine villages was wonderful gardening all laid out with mirror ponds and informal bordering with trimmed hedges: and that yellow stone of fine buildings and the church all of which I captured on at another sitting to mark the occasion.  

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          The sea off the Devon and Dorset coastline is often glimpsed with a church tower peaking out of the rich field patterns and I am capturing these for my next exhibition this autumn. Simple views of clear horizons across Lyme Bay in this wonderful summer weather contrasts with the varying bright oblongs of grassland that have been mown at different times. And the peacefulness of the places of prayer and worship solidly stand like soldiers to attention amongst all this colour. Do come to my joint exhibition with much more interesting items than mine from Meriel Ensom, Sally Derrick, Robbie Innes, potters Bjork Harolddottir ...

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 Off from the everyday trudge and into a few hours of gaming is such a rich thing in a fine English Summer. The openness of the Dorset greenery for school cricket contrasts with the utter pinnacle of contest arenas again almost all green at Centre Court and many thanks to friend Paddy who produced some excellent tickets so I could quietly work away. And that very fine west country theatre where the urban vernacular provides a superb backdrop at Somerset County Ground. A quiet lunch in the members with my friend Bruce followed by a quick sketch of the 8th wicket stand (of ...

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