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A photo (or three) a day for 2012.

Archive for the month “September, 2012”

Some Titchfield close-ups…

Err…a mystery insect πŸ˜‰

I don’t know what this is either πŸ˜‰

…and…some kind of finch maybe?

A wander down Fawcett Road at dusk…

The Red, White and Blue pub, halfway down Fawcett Road on the right…

The view westwards, along Stansted Road…

No, I’m not intending to get myself some false nails, but the display caught my eye nonetheless πŸ˜‰

Early morning reflections in West Street…and a sunset…in Fareham

‘Hold Onto The Night’ by Mark Spain, in the window of The Framing Centre, Fareham.

In The Fareham Gallery, West Street, Fareham.

Approaching Fareham railway station, early evening…

Fratton, Fareham and the Fawcett Inn

An impressionistic Fratton Station at dawn

A bit later, Holy Trinity Church in West Street, Fareham

And at the other end of the day, The Fawcett Inn, in Fawcett Road, Southsea.

To the Isle of Harty with Mum and three sisters…

St. Thomas the Apostle, Isle of Harty, arguably Kent’s remotest church, on the Isle of Sheppey.

The ‘Owl’ stained glass window, within the church.

Across the water to the north Kent coast, around Oare…

A trunk, an abandoned shop, and a sunny Covent Garden…

Trunk in an auction room…

An abandoned shop in Albert Road, Southsea.

A sunny afternoon in Covent Garden, London WC2.

PS Waverley and a cyan HMS Warrior…

PS Waverley, ‘the last seagoing passenger carrying paddle steamer in the world’, leaving Portsmouth Harbour, around half-seven this evening…

Built in Glasgow in 1946…

…and, also in Porstmouth Harbour, is HMS Warrior, built in 1860, and done here as a cyan digital image, from a photo taken earlier this evening,Β at dusk…

Thursday miscellany…

“I wandered lonely as a cloud…” πŸ˜‰

A flower that appealed to me in Falkland Gardens, Gosport this evening…

Err..doctors…graffiti in a car park in Stanhope Road, Portsmouth.

More from the Gosport Ferry…

Taken at around five to seven this morning, from aboard the Gosport Ferry.

Taken through the ‘Spirit of Gosport’ ferry’s window, around half-seven this evening.

Passengers hurrying to catch the ‘Spirit of Gosport’ ferry at Portsmouth Harbour early this evening.

Early morning at the Harbour…

The Spinnaker Tower….Portsmouth waterfront, from aboard the Gosport Ferry.

HMS Edinburgh, a Type 42 destroyer…returning to her home base, Portsmouth Harbour.

Back on dry land in Gosport.

 

 

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