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A photo (or three) a day for 2012.

Archive for the category “Hampshire”

Last day at work in 2012…:)

Christmas lunch with seven work colleagues at The Village Inn pub, at Park Gate...

Christmas lunch with seven work colleagues at The Village Inn pub, at Park Gate…


The Birthday/Address Book was a works raffle win yesterday, and the train ticket took me from Swanwick railway station (near The Village Inn) to Fratton...with more than an hour to wait for the train because of flooding in Hampshire...

The Birthday/Address Book was a works raffle win yesterday, and the train ticket took me from Swanwick railway station (near The Village Inn) to Fratton…with more than an hour to wait for the train because of flooding in Hampshire…


...so I passed some time taking photos from the footbridge over the railway line at Swanwick station, this one of a Southampton-bound train...

…so I passed some time taking photos from the footbridge over the railway line at Swanwick station, this is one of a Southampton-bound train…

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Spire, Kam Palace and tree…

The spire of St Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Middle Road, Park Gate...

The spire of St Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Middle Road, Park Gate…


The Kam Palace Chinese restaurant, in Bridge Road, Park Gate...

The Kam Palace Chinese restaurant, in Bridge Road, Park Gate…


Tree, into the light, Middle Road, Park Gate...

Tree, into the light, Middle Road, Park Gate…

Rainy day in Hampshire…

West Street, Fareham at around ten=past eight this morning...

West Street, Fareham at around ten-past eight this morning…


Similar view, similar time, but in colour...

Similar view, similar time, but in colour…


Further along West Street, near the bus station...

Further along West Street, near the bus station…

Frosty morning in Titchfield…

Field with two horses, Warsash Road, around  nine-ish this morning..

Field with two horses, Warsash Road, around nine-ish this morning..


Frosted red leaves in Southampton Road...

Frosted red leaves in Southampton Road…


More frosted leaves in Southampton Road...

More frosted leaves in Southampton Road…

Amy…a tree in Titchfield…and awaiting the Gosport Ferry

Amy by Barry Haines, £20...Fareham Community Art Gallery

Amy by Barry Haines, £20…Fareham Community Art Gallery

A silhouetted tree, in Titchfield Park Road, at lunchtime today...

A silhouetted tree, in Titchfield Park Road, at lunchtime today…

Awaiting the Gosport Ferry (to Portsmouth) at 7.15 this evening...

Awaiting the Gosport Ferry (to Portsmouth) at 7.15 this evening…

Red girl and kangaroo, a piebald horse…and St Peter’s revisited…

A small graffito, in Sydenham Terrace, off Fratton Road, Portsmouth..


A piebald horse, grazing in a field, off Cartwright Drive, Titchfield…


Very similar composition to yesterday’s photo, but the blue sky was too much of a temptation, so I wandered back down to Titchfield village, and had a pint in ‘The Wheatsheaf’ pub whilst there ;).

Fareham, West Street… and St. Peter’s Church in Titchfield village…

Detail from Igor Andrukhin’s sculpture ‘The Horn of Plenty’ in West Street, Fareham.


Marilyn, Audrey, and a few cats…in a shop window (‘Room’) in West Street, Fareham.


St. Peter’s Church, Titchfield…taken during a lunchtime walk to the village.

An abandoned black mitten, some forthcoming Hampshire entertainments, and holly berries in the rain…

An abandoned black mitten, in Portsmouth City Centre this morning…


Some upcoming events in Southsea and Southampton….and I might well’ve gone to the 10cc gig, but I’m meeting up with some old friends in Covent Garden that evening…


Some holly berries in the rain, in Titchfield at lunchtime today…

939 now uploaded, only 159 to go…;)

White berries in Titchfield…

Sculpture in Commercial Road, Portsmouth.

Coffee Express, Commercial Road, Portsmouth.

Southampton Road, skies and shadows…

The photographer making his way to work this morning ;).

Chronologically out of order, as this was taken at lunchtime, but upright-horizontal-upright suits the page better…

Taken against the light, around half-eight this morning.

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