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The albums from the 80s & 90s film archive capture some of the ephemeral and transient moments that surround us all and often go unnoticed in our day-to-day lives. Revered artistic techniques – such as those driven by the Magnum Photos members and the legendary Picture Post Photographers – gave inspiration and influence to some of the style and content but the simple communication and documentation of the moments and situations themselves was always the paramount aim throughout.

The more recent snapshots continue to document and observe random travel scenes and those encountered from general street life that are often hidden in plain sight and merit reflection.

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Why so serious?

6.25: Why so serious?

Iron Men.

6.26: Iron Men.

Haveráguas.

6.27: Haveráguas. cam

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Untitled.

6.28: Untitled.

Untitled.

6.29: Untitled.

Ice Cream.

6.30: Ice Cream.

Cambridge School.

6.31: Cambridge School. cam

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In the zone.

6.32: In the zone.

Lick!

6.33: Lick!

Untitled.

6.34: Untitled.

Vulcões de Água.

6.35: Vulcões de Água.

Angles.

6.36: Angles. cam

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Album 6 Captions…

6.25: Why so serious? — An homage to Heath – Skate park graffiti before the renovations at the Vasco da Gama Bridge

6.26: Iron Men — O Homem Muralha – A group of five sculptures by Portuguese artist Pedro Pires, consisting of small iron squares, faces the Vasco da Gama Tower. However, the nearly-identical figures point in different directions, as a way of questioning the concept of identity in the modern industrial world – or were there six as one steps away!

6.27: Haveráguas — By the Surrealist artist Roberto Matta. Parque das Nações (The Park of Nations). Most of the futuristic architecture to be found here was built by innovative architects for EXPO ’98, the World Fair that took place in Lisbon between May and September of 1998.

6.28: Untitled — A lazy summer’s day.

6.29: Untitled — The white; the black; the shadows; the shapes; the bag.

6.30: Ice Cream — Neapolitan with a touch of pistachio.

6.31: Cambridge School — A cyclist rides by the Edifício Lisboa, Alameda dos Oceanos in Lisbon.

6.32: In the zone — The Oceanarium in the Parque das Nações.

6.33: Lick! — It’s hot and you’re thirsty…what do you do? Parque das Nações (The Park of Nations).

6.34: Untitled — Rizoma by British artist Antony Gormley. Parque das Nações (The Park of Nations).

6.35: Vulcões de Água — The six water volcanoes on Alameda dos Oceanos have become Parque das Nações icons. They are 4m high and have over 1,500 sudden water eruptions per day.

6.36: Angles — Sometimes it’s all about the angles.

Elsewhere... Album 1: People and Places – scenes from around the UK in the 1980s

1.1: Telling it like it is — Oxford City Centre, 1981. Sometimes there’s a need to put the world to rights! Also it was a time when…

1.2: Waiting for the bus… — Oxford City Centre, 1981. This lady was so engrossed in her newspaper she only looked up occasionally and…

1.3: Family time on Redcar beach — Redcar, 1981. It was a sunny day after a long cold spell and families came to make the most of it.

1.4: Romance and a team effort — Redcar beach, 1981. They came to watch and to see how it was done and saw more than they expected.

1.5: Chips and cigarettes — Sunny Redcar, 1981. Chips and cigarettes, some would say, are a Northern diet!

1.6: Sour Taste — Redcar, 1981. That would be the cheap stuff from the chip shop then.

1.7: Watching the swimmers — Redcar beach, 1981. That water would be very cold, there is no Gulf Stream here just the North Sea.

1.8: Reveries of a pipe smoker — Redcar beach, 1981.

1.9: Dressed for the beach — Redcar beach, old style, 1981. The English were well-known for their lily-white skin!

1.10: You do your thing… — Redcar, 1981. Find a good spot and it’s yours for the day.

1.11: Before Social Media — Reading, 1983. Not a smart phone in sight, just exercise and creativity.

1.12: Picking coal scraps — Reading, 1983. These coal piles by the railway were regularly plundered by the locals. Today there would be…

1.13: Liaison — Hyde Park Victorian Sunday, 1983. A big weekend event in the centre of London, these two young ladies were…

1.14: B. Baker & Sons of Ilford Essex — Ready for the procession – Hyde Park Victorian Sunday, 1983.

1.15: Just out of reach — Family play on Hyde Park Victorian Sunday, 1983.

Album 2: Some moods and moments from 1980s France

2.1: River Loire — France 1983. Early-morning pole fishing and a cool misty start to a traditional day for some locals. But who’s…

2.2: River Loire — France 1983. Early-morning fishing and a cool misty start to a traditional day for some locals.

2.3: Early-morning cyclist — France 1983. Early-morning cyclist crossing the Loire at Gennes / Les Rosiers bridge, France 1983. This scene…

2.4: Musings by the mopeds — Gennes, France 1983. These mopeds are probably still running and the ‘Skip‘ detergent is still…

Album 3: People and places from the USA in the 1990s

3.1: An icy morning on the River Lumber — River Lumber – Lumberton, NC, USA, 1990. The coldest Christmas for 10 years with temperatures of 19°F

3.2: Liquor Store and the Twin Towers — Liquor Store view SSW to the Twin Towers from West Broadway and White Street junction – New York 1990.…

3.3: Empire State Building from 5th Ave — New York 1990 before The Langham building at 400 5th Ave blocked this view. Early morning and the streets…

3.4: Photo shoot in Central Park — New York 1990. Behind the photographer quite a crowd had gathered, it was standing room only!

3.5: The Magic of the Falls — Niagara Falls, 1990.

3.6: Decisions, decisions — Niagara Falls 1990. A sunny day by the Falls but it seemed that there was a lot to consider for this gentleman.

3.7: Conversation – Twin Towers — Twin Towers observation deck – New York 1990. The view North along 5th Avenue.

3.8: Window cleaner – Twin Towers — Twin Towers Observation Deck New York 1990. This man was cleaning from the inside though he does appear to…

3.9: Admiring the view – Twin Towers — A man looks down from The Twin Towers Observation Deck, World Trade Center, New York 1990.

3.10: Battery Park — Waiting to depart from Battery Park Ferry Terminal, New York 1990.

3.11: South Manhattan — South Manhattan from the Staten Island Ferry – New York 1990.

3.12: World Trade Center — World Trade Center from Empire State Building observation deck – New York 1990.

3.13: ‘On The Town’ — The day job and a welcome lunch break reading ‘On The Town’ – Empire State building observation…

3.14: Railings — Empire State building observation deck – New York 1990. The PANAM building as it was known then and…

3.15: The laugh — Florida, USA 1994.

3.16: The Swan – Bok Tower [1] — Bok Tower, 1994. The Bok Tower Gardens are centrally located between Tampa and Orlando in Polk County, Florida.…

3.17: The Swan – Bok Tower [2] — Bok Tower, 1994. Bok Tower Gardens are centrally located between Tampa and Orlando in Polk County, Florida.…

3.18: Orb-Weaver spider.

3.19: Sunday by the bridge — Florida, USA 1994.

3.20: Objects in the mirror… — Florida, USA 1994. Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear!

3.21: Spanish moss — Florida, USA 1994.

Album 4: People and Places – Scenes from around the UK in the 1990s

4.1: Trawlers — Trawlers at Grimsby Fish Dock, 1990. The once-mighty fishing fleet – Fiona Jane GY1406 in the foreground…

4.2: Wandering the docks — GY242 on the hard, Grimsby, 1990.

4.3: Reminiscing — A man wanders amongst the trawlers on the hard at Grimsby Fish Dock, 1990.

4.4: Don’t look back…! — A girl looks over her shoulder as she passes the Antique Arcade W. Lidka Ltd., 282 Westbourne Grove and the…

4.5: ‘When I grow up… — …I want to be a…’ – children play in the cab of a fire engine during a Flag Day in…

4.6: Walking home — A family walk home on a cold day through Little Venice by the narrow boats – London 1990.

4.7: Concentrate son — A man prepares a sandwich for his son at a food hall in Covent Garden, London 1990.

4.8: Sometimes you’ve just had enough — A woman carrying a book walks by a man sitting on the pavement, London 1990.

4.9: Scarf — A girl stands on a pillar holding a scarf at an NHS Rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1990.

4.10: Just passing, what’s happening? — A young man with his world on his back stops to chat about the NHS Rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1990. There…

4.11: ‘Are you looking at me?’ — The Mall during the Battle of Britain Flypast for The 50th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain, London 1990.…

4.12: Lancaster bomber over Admiralty Arch — Lancaster bomber passes over Admiralty Arch on The Mall for the 50th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain,…

4.13: Cold frosty morning [1] — Woolsthorpe near Belvoir Castle 1990. This was a very hard frost.

4.14: Cold frosty morning [2] — Woolsthorpe near Belvoir Castle 1990. Church tower with oak trees and a very hard frost.

4.15: Tank engine 80080 — Tank engine 80080 steams past The Maltings, Sleaford 1993. A new housing development has since blocked this…

4.16: INRI and Lincoln Cathedral — Lincoln 1993. Iesvs Nazarenvs Rex Ivdaeorvm – Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews.

4.17: Preparing for the Hunt — Helpringham Show 1993. A time when Hunt protesters were becoming more vocal in this rural community against…

4.18: Master of the hounds makes the call — Bloodhounds respond to the call, Helpringham Show 1993. A time when Hunt protesters were becoming more vocal…

4.19: Over the top — Helpringham Show 1993. Local equivalent of the Highland Games.

4.20: Balancing act!? — Helpringham Show 1993. Annual village show though much smaller than the Heckington Show from the adjacent…

4.21: Pied Piper — Lord Mayor’s Show London 1990. A good turnout despite the rain and a military band warm up before their…

4.22: White caps — Lord Mayor’s Show London 1990. A good turnout despite the rain.

4.23: High Five — Lord Mayor’s Show London 1990. A woman waves to a friend in the procession.

4.24: Running Late — Lord Mayor’s Show London 1990. The crowd on HMS President were waiting for the main procession which…

4.25: Hay cart — 1993 and a typical Lincolnshire view on some of the smaller farms in Summer.

4.26: Farm on the hill — Lincolnshire Wolds 1993. The soil in this area dries unevenly which leads to colourful variations and patterns.

4.27: Sleaford Maltings — 1995. Still awaiting a new owner.

4.28: Storm approaches — Ashby de la Launde 1995. It was seriously dark as this heavy cloud passed.

4.29: Swarby Church, Lincolnshire — Swarby Church and a white horse chestnut tree with full candles, 1995.

4.30: Haverholme Lock, River Slea — Lincolnshire 1995. A view of the lock before this magnificent aged willow was felled.

4.31: Dapple grey — Aswarby, Lincolnshire 1995. Sunday ride out.

4.32: Aswarby Church — Aswarby, Lincolnshire 1995.

4.33: The Maltings, Sleaford — 1995. Another aspect of the Grade II-listed Sleaford Bass Maltings which has been lost to housing development.

4.34: The upside-down tree — Lincolnshire 1995. I envisaged a great hand placing this tree delicately by the edge of the field.

4.35: Knicks Knacks — A woman appears to be chatting to the mannequins at Knicks Knacks Antiques, Sutton-on-Sea, 1995. www.nicksknacksantiques.co.uk

4.36: Storm clouds – Sudbrooke — Lincolnshire 1995.

4.37: ‘You are now entering a police state!!!’ [1] — New Age Traveller Graffiti, Ermine Street 1995. This was a time when the New Age Travellers were regularly…

4.38: ‘You are now entering a police state!!!’ [2] — New Age Traveller Graffiti, Ermine Street 1995. This was a time when the New Age Travellers were regularly…

4.39: Demolition day... [1] — Staythorpe, Newark 1995. A small local crowd gather with anticipation awaiting the demolition of the local…

4.40: Demolition day... [2] — Staythorpe, Newark 1995. A small local crowd gather to see the fall of the long-standing power station chimney.

4.41: Demolition day... [3] — Staythorpe, Newark 1995. A small local crowd gather to see the fall of the long-standing power station chimney.

4.42: Demolition day... [4] — Staythorpe, Newark 1995. A small local crowd gather to see the fall of the long-standing power station chimney.

4.43: Still tied-up — Boston, England 1995. Boston docks: access to the North Sea through The Wash is quite a passage and a high…

4.44: Just admiring the view — The Yorkshire Moors 1995.

4.45: The beaten track — Sheep track,1995.

4.46: Seen better days — Seen better days but still surviving, 1995.

4.47: Rippingale Church — Lincolnshire 1995. Sunday horse ride.

4.48: Henry Wand RIP — Lincolnshire 1995. Memorial stone at Edenham Church: In Loving Memory Of… HENRY WAND who died June 21st…

4.49: Haverholme Lock — Haverholme near Sleaford, Lincolnshire 1995. Sadly this mature willow has had to be felled for safety reasons.

4.50: Where’s your head at? — Horses, 1995.

4.51: Humber Bridge — Looking South from Hull’s toll-side of the Humber Bridge in 1995. The single-span road suspension bridge…

4.52: Copse — A twisted tree and a copse on a misty day on Lincolnshire Wolds 1997.

4.53: Misty Copse — Lincolnshire Wolds 1997.

4.54: The Maltings, Sleaford — 1997.

4.55: Spring arrives at Syston — Syston village just north of Grantham, Lincolnshire 1997.

4.56: HM Bark Endeavour arrives in Boston [1] — Lincolnshire 1997. The tall masts of this replica ship could be seen approaching for miles.

4.57: HM Bark Endeavour arrives in Boston [2] — Pilot and flotilla are greeted by a large crowd, Lincolnshire 1997.

4.58: Salute to the Pilgrim Fathers — HM Bark Endeavour arrives in Boston, Lincolnshire 1997 and a canon salute is fired as they pass near the memorial…

4.59: Sailing home — Boston Haven, Lincolnshire 1997.

4.60: Awaiting The Endeavour — Boston Haven, Lincolnshire 1997. A sunny day and a pleasant wait for the arrival of The Endeavour. A fishing…

4.61: Belton Park — Lincolnshire 1997. A simple English Summer view.

4.62: Spring at South Kyme Tower [1] — South Kyme Tower, Lincolnshire 1997. A fortified tower by the River Slea circa mid-14th century. Built for…

4.63: Spring at South Kyme Tower [2] — Lincolnshire 1997. A Grade I-listed fortified tower by the River Slea circa mid-14th century. Built for Sir…

4.64: Spring at South Kyme Tower [3] — Kyme Tower, South Kyme, Lincolnshire 1997. A fortified tower by the River Slea circa mid-14th century. Built…

4.65: Lincoln Cathedral — A heavy storm clears over the Cathedral as viewed from near Canwick Hill to the South of Lincoln, 1997.

4.66: The Wolds.

4.67: The Wolds — The lofts, on the Lincolnshire Wolds 1997.

4.68: The Lofts [1] — Lincolnshire Wolds 1997.

4.69: The Lofts [2] — Lincolnshire Wolds 1997.

4.70: The Wolds at Burwell — A dramatic cloud formation hangs over the Wolds, Lincolnshire 1997.

4.71: View west from Welbourn — Lincolnshire 1997. A Spring storm across the Trent valley.

4.72: Burwell — The Lincolnshire Wolds, 1997.

4.73: Limestone barn — Harmston 1997, local limestone.

4.74: Fulbeck Hall open day — Parachute Display Team land at Fulbeck 1997.

4.75: Misty dawn — Sempringham wheat field [1]. Lincolnshire 1997.

4.76: ‘You looking at me?’ — Friesian cattle with calf, 1997. This cheeky calf wanted in on the action.

4.77: Relaxing on Tattershall Bridge — Lincolnshire 1997. ‘Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town...’ [Pink Floyd]

4.78: A wave farewell to HM Bark Endeavour — Boston, Lincolnshire 1997. The advantage of a replica is that it can have an engine!

4.79: Three people and a boat — HM Bark Endeavour, Boston, Lincolnshire 1997.

4.80: Kirkstead Finger — The ruins of Kirkstead Finger, near Woodhall Spa in Lincolnshire.

4.81: Lincoln Cathedral — South aspect, 1997.

4.82: Cumulonimbus — Billowing clouds reach high over the Lincolnshire fields, 1997.

Album 5: StockPhoto Transparency Samples

5.1: West Woodhay Down, (SU 383 622) Berkshire, detail – October 1984.

5.2: River Lumber, Lumberton NC (Icy Winter water) – December 1989.

5.3: Silhouette of Nelson’s Column against a dark sky – March 1990.

5.4: Niagara Falls (detail from the US side) 31 August 1990.

5.5: Tourists looking through mist at top of Niagara Falls – October 1990.

5.6: Cowbit village sign and Church of St Mary, Lincolnshire – March 1995.

5.7: Single poppy with rape seed flowers – May 1995.

5.8: Barley, almost ready for harvesting – June 1995.

5.9: Single poppy (close up) in rape seed field – June 1995.

5.10: Maud Foster 5-sail windmill, Boston, Lincolnshire: built 1819; tallest working mill in England – August…

5.11: Individual ear of wheat – August 1995.

5.12: Pattern of Ivy leaves covering wall – August 1995.

5.13: Single, isolated blade of grass – August 1995.

5.14: Haystack and beech tree against dark stormy sky – August 1995.

5.15: Isolated reed stems from canal bank – August 1995.

5.16: After drought conditions Lincolnshire Fire Brigade tackle one of many stubble and bale fires – August…

5.17: A fire fighter from Lincolnshire Fire Brigade directs the hose towards the next outbreak of flames –…

5.18: Restored water pump (Hough History Society 1991), Hough-On-The-Hill, Lincolnshire October 1995.

5.19: Pair of Belgian Air Force F16s fly overhead preparing to land – October 1995.

5.20: Rear view of French Air Force Mirage 2000 (35 Sqn, based in Orange) as it holds at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire…

5.21: Belgian Air Force F16 Fighting Falcon (FA-99) – October 1995.

5.22: Royal Navy BAe Sea Harrier FA2 – October 1995.

5.23: River Slea, Lincolnshire, November 1995 – this magnificent willow tree is no longer standing.

5.24: Frosted trees, Rauceby, Lincolnshire – December 1995.

5.25: Rising sun with foreground of tall marsh grass – April 1996.

5.26: Glebe Farm near Tetford on the Lincolnshire Wolds – May 1996.

5.27: A horse chestnut tree aside Swarby church, Lincolnshire [Anglo-Saxon origins) – May 1996.

5.28: Sibsey Trader Windmill, Lincolnshire – June 1996.

5.29: North Leverton Windmill, Nottinghamshire – June 1996.

5.31: Family launching small sail boat, Brancaster Staithe Harbour, Norfolk – June 1996.

5.32: Single red poppy with field of ripening barley – June 1996.

5.33: Field of flowering linseed – June 1996.

5.34: Sheep graze by the C12 Parish Church of St Peter, Aubourn, Lincolnshire – June 1996.

5.35: Anglo Saxon Church of St Mary, Stow, Lincolnshire – June 1996.

5.36: Sibsey Trader Windmill, Lincolnshire. Built by Saundersons of Louth, 1887 – July 1996.

5.37: Wrawby postmill near Brigg, North Lincolnshire. Built 1760, restored in the 1960s by the Wrawby Windmill Preservation…

5.38: Tattershall Holy Trinity Collegiate Church, Lincolnshire – July 1996.

5.39: Aswarby Church, Lincolnshire – July 1996.

5.40: Aswarby Church, Lincolnshire – July 1996.

5.41: Heckington’s unique 8-sail windmill, Lincolnshire – August 1996.

5.42: Maud Foster windmill, Boston, Lincolnshire: built 1819; tallest working mill in England – August 1996.

5.43: Mount Pleasant windmill, Kirton in Lindsey, Humerside: Built 1875 – August 1996.

5.44: Skidby’s 4-sail windmill near Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire – September 1996.

5.45: Wheat harvest in Lincolnshire – September 1996.

5.46: Single poppy (back-lit) – September 1996.

5.47: The stately Church of St Peter & St Paul at Algakirk near Boston, Lincolnshire – September…

5.48: Boston Model Boat Club racing miniature speed boats overlooked by the magnificent west window and tower (c.1450) of St Nicholas’ Church Skirbeck, Boston, Lincolnshire – September 1996.

5.49: The secluded Church of St Margaret, Braceby, nr Grantham, Lincolnshire; Decorated & Perpendicular…

5.50: Church of St Andrew Scott Willoughby, Lincolnshire. Built 1826; one of the earliest Gothic Revival churches…

5.51: The approach to the Church of St Peter & St Paul, Skendleby, Lincolnshire – September 1996.

5.52: The Lincolnshire Wolds and a new crop pushes through – September 1996.

5.53: The Lincolnshire Wolds and a new crop pushes through – September 1996.

5.54: The Church of St Peter & St Paul, Wigtoft, Lincolnshire, with its Norman features and Perpendicular tower…

5.55: A simple view of the classic rolling chalk uplands of the Lincolnshire Wolds arable land – September…

5.56: A simple view of the chalky Lincolnshire Wolds arable land – September 1996.

5.57: A splendid sunflower graces the view of Gosberton Church nr Spalding, Lincolnshire – September 1996.

5.58: The picturesque Church of St Margaret, Hemingby, Lincolnshire – September 1996.

5.59: Boston Stump early morning from Central Park, Boston, Lincolnshire – October 1996.

5.60: Lakeside tree in Autumnal leaf – October 1996.

5.62: The old West Bank Lighthouse at the entrance to the River Nene, Guy’s Head, Lincolnshire – November…

5.63: Loading grain at Port Sutton Bridge on the River Nene, Lincolnshire – November 1996.

5.64: The 282ft spire of St Wulfram’s Church soars above the Grantham roof-tops and is often home to…

5.65: Old water pump in the village of Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire – November 1996.

5.66: Cross Keys hydraulic swing bridge over the River Nene at Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire. Built: A Handyside &…

5.67: The 282ft spire of St Wulfram’s Church soars above the Grantham roof-tops (Lincolnshire) – November…

5.68: A Norwegian F16-A (671) turns to make final approach – May 1997.

5.69: A Northrop F-5F Tiger II (J-3201) peels-away from an F5-E to land (Swiss Air Force) – May 1997.

5.70: SEPECAT Jaguar GR1A (XX720) – May 1997.

5.71: A J35F SAAB Draken on finals to RAF Waddington at the end of he day – May 1997.

5.72: 4 Northrop F-5E Tiger IIs of the Swiss Air Force taxi at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire – May 1997.

5.73: Rear aspect of a Northrop F-5E Tiger II (J-3085) of the Patrouille Swiss on final approach – May 1997.

5.74: A local flotilla escorts HM Bark Endeavour as she winds her way up Boston Haven, England. May 1997.

5.75: Badge detail: c.1968 MkII Jaguar 2.4 litre – September 1997.

5.76: The RAF’s Red Arrows Display Team practise over Lincoln Cathedral – October 1997.

5.77: The RAF’s Red Arrows Display Team practise over Lincoln Cathedral – October 1997.

5.78: Tail section of a Delta Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD11 at Hartsfield Atlanta Airport, GA, USA – December…

5.79: French Mirage 2000c turns for final approach – March 1998.

5.80: A Panavia Tornado F3 climbs steeply with full reheat – June 1998.

5.81: Aerospatiale Magister (40 years livery) – July 1999.

5.82: Detail: rear left wing 1960 Chevrolet ‘Bel-Air’ V8.

5.83: Detail: Bel Air badge 1960 Chevrolet ‘Bel-Air‘ V8.

5.84: Detail: Chevrolet trunk badge 1960 Chevrolet ‘Bel-Air’ V8.

5.85: Radiator detail: Rolls-Royce Bentley ‘R-type’ 1953.

Album 7: Some ephemeral moments from Lisbon Life

7.1: Siesta — A quiet day at the shop.

7.2: The Lisbon Story — The Lisbon Story: easily missed with the spectacular view from the bridge above.

7.4: All About Love — Looks like an interesting read. All About Love: New Visions. By Bell Hooks. African-American author, feminist,…

7.5: Downhill — Can’t catch me!

7.6: Teenage Lament — Riding the tram and reviewing the day.

7.8: And relax… — …with the 5 Languages of Love.

7.9: Untitled.

7.11: Jump! — Pavilhão do Conhecimento – Awarded a Valmor Prize, this building was designed by architect Carrilho…

7.14: Untitled — Cascais market.

7.15: Hat — Cascais.

7.16: Girl talk — Cascais and the Atlantic.

7.17: Regatta — Yacht racing, Cascais.

7.18: Sagres — The Sagres is the most decorated ship of the Portuguese Navy and is currently used as a training ship.

7.22: Red caps.

7.25: Sagres — The Sagres is the most decorated ship of the Portuguese Navy and is currently used as a training ship.

7.27: The Spy Who…? — The Austin Powers film series springs to mind!

7.28: Sagres — Children play by the Portuguese training ship The Sagres as it’s prepared for an open day.

7.29: Sagres — Admiring the Tall Ship Sagres.

7.32: Grrr!.

7.33: Untitled — Sagres.

7.35: Head Shot — Sintra.

7.39: Untitled — Sintra.

7.40: Untitled — Sintra.

7.41: Untitled — The light in Sintra, and pretty much anywhere on Portugal’s Atlantic coast, is stunning.

7.42: Flashback — Sintra.

7.48: Untitled.

7.50: Famous & unique — A couple stand eating the famous and unique ice creams.

7.53: Looks tasty! — A woman walks past a Miele promotional display.

7.54: Untitled.

7.55: Anticipation — A dog playing fetch waits for a ball to be thrown.

7.58: Beat it — Cleaning the upholstery.

7.59: Gelado — Ice-cream break for the ladies.

7.63: Untitled — A woman in a straw hat looks pensively out across the river.

7.65: Untitled — The Pavilhão de Portugal.

7.67: Daydream — A seated couple lost in the moment.

7.68: National Geographic? — A man sits on a yellow exhibit. Parque das Nações (The Park of Nations).

7.70: Modern communication — Just got these great shoes.

7.72: i — Information booths can be useful for all kinds of reasons. Lisbon.

7.73: Untitled — Parque das Nações.

7.75: Portrait or landscape? — Sharing the moment but should we shoot it portrait or landscape?

7.76: Untitled — A man walks along the waterside at Parque das Nações with São Francisco and Montijo in the…

7.78: Send? — A woman sits texting and deep in thought.

7.79: Untitled — Parque das Nações.

7.80: Untitled — Parque das Nações. When it’s hot the best way between two points is via the shadows.

7.81: Untitled — Parque das Nações. A woman stands and stretches, it’s time to move on.

7.82: Untitled — While the ladies shop.

7.83: Untitled — A problem shared.

7.85: Untitled — Something had taken their interest.

7.87: The Bridge — A man stands silhouetted against a backdrop of the Vasco da Gama Bridge.

7.88: A steadying hand — A couple ride their bicycles side-by-side and hand-in-hand.

7.89: Student rituals — Parque das Nações.

7.92: Untitled — A red-sided lorry crosses the Vasco da Gama Bridge.

7.93: Untitled — Coloured fishing umbrellas are used as parasols on a hot and sunny day by the Vasco da Gama Bridge.

7.96: Wherever you go… — The Vasco da Gama Bridge is the longest bridge in Europe. It measures over 10 miles (17 km) long and connects…

7.98: It’s big — A man sits and watches as his friend strikes into a big fish.

7.100: Meet us… — …over there!

7.103: Reception envy — A lady looks out from her balcony to check her TV aerial.

7.104: Untitled — A woman tucks into her ice cream.

7.106: Ginjas — The cruise ships are in – Ginjinha da Arminda de Alfama (Caseira) 1€

7.108: Connoisseur — A woman and a man sit for lunch; the man savours his drink.

7.110: Untitled — Two men sit on a bench trying to resolve an issue.

7.112: Untitled — A man leans on a railing while reading a book.

7.115: Live Music — A couple enjoy a Super Bock though they may be a little early for the live music on offer.

7.117: Untitled — A woman sits and listens to music through her white headphones.

7.118: Untitled — A busker playing guitar has his photograph taken by a passer-by.

7.120: Selphie — It can take a while to get a selphie just right.

7.122: Content — Content with the day.

7.123: Untitled — A tourist takes a photo of a line of Tuk-Tuks.

7.124: Livres e Iguais — The centre of a bustling city and there is still an opportunity to meditate.

7.126: Untitled — With a Navy Destroyer in the background, a young man appears tired at the end of a busy day.

7.127: Reds — The young lady with the water bottle looked up in amazement as the paths of the three red-haired women crossed.

7.128: Untitled — A man with a red cap stares into the distance.

7.129: Break time — An office worker takes a break, Parque das Nações.

7.130: Untitled — A curious onlooker.

7.131: Synchronised — As well as the similarities of the women on the bench the background falls in line too.

7.132: Untitled — A white-bearded man wanders around the bus station.

7.133: White Black — A young man descending an escalator wearing a captioned t-shirt.

7.134: Go where you… — …fell most alive!!! Two women stare at a lost-in-translation/typo moment.

7.136: Untitled — A man sits at a café table writing.

7.137: Black looks better — The regulars in the park are ignoring the soap-opera film-shoot across the way, the draughts game is far more…

7.140: Dare — A couple on a romantic escape play dare with a tram.

7.142: Best Friend — A dog sits with some locals as they watch the world pass by.

7.145: Untitled — Sometimes a beautiful viewpoint is not enough.

7.146: Bucket — An alternative magazine rack.

7.148: Cycle lane — A cyclist passes by the rail, road and street furniture.

7.150: Pigeon — A pigeon and two pedestrians intersect.

7.151: Untitled — With food from the Azores.

7.152: Untitled — A small dab of paint.

7.153: Guard dog — Real or not this dog guards the alley.

7.160: Shoe shine — Shoe shine outside the park.

7.162: Proud — Citroën 2CV

7.163: Untitled — Locking up the store at the end of the day.

7.164: Untitled — Two men waiting on the corner of the street next to Banksy? / Banksy-style? graffiti.

7.165: Untitled — An alternative way to load a van.

7.170: Le Monde — As a Kilroy-was-here-like image looks in, a lady quietly reads Le Monde, round about, some of the conversations…

7.171: Sketch — A man with a splendid white beard deep in concentration, Sketches. The world around carries on.

7.172: Tattoos & Paint — A tattooed workman, his clothing covered in paint, washes his hands.

7.173: Untitled — 2D, 3D and the real thing.

7.176: Generations — Two women from different generations toil uphill with their shopping.

7.177: Marvila Murals — Just two of the many magnificent murals on the housing blocks of Marvila, Lisbon.

7.180: Oblivious — A relaxing afternoon by the boat club restaurant.

7.183: Untitled — Padrão dos Descobrimentos / The Monument to the Discoveries – a man at the base gives scale to…

7.184: Untitled — A couple walk by the Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia [MAAT].

7.186: Untitled — A couple walk by the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology [MAAT].

7.187: Untitled — A silhouetted couple lay down and have their photo taken on the top of the Museum of Art, Architecture and…

7.188: Untitled — People stand on the gracefully undulating roof of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology [MAAT] in…

7.189: Instagram time — Time after time she jumped not realising that her friends had already taken the picture they wanted!

7.191: When you’ve reached the top — A man jumps for joy when he reaches the top to show his friends below.

7.192: Untitled — A view of Cristo Rei, which has many similarities to the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio, on the south side…

7.194: Untitled — Sometimes you know someone is looking at you but you don’t want to acknowledge it.

7.195: LX Factory — Cool place to hang out.

7.196: Erasure — LX Factory.

7.197: Untitled — A couple emerge into the magnificent evening light – LX Factory.

7.198: Untitled — LX Factory.

7.199: Untitled — LX Factory.

7.200: Royalty — Burger Queen.

7.201: Windy! — Strong winds on top of the MAAT building but still very popular.

7.203: Pure Poetry — It’s OK it’s a flamingo not a stork!

7.204: 25 de Abril — The impressive 25 de Abril suspension bridge. However, a picture cannot relay the constant drone…

7.206: Untitled — A lady sits and ponders by some wall art.

7.207: Untitled — Two men sit upon a wall and offer comment to a woman as she passes.

7.208: Talent — A man with a walking stick rests on a bench.

7.215: Curious — A woman peers curiously behind a wall.

7.209: Vulcões de Água — The six water volcanoes on Alameda dos Oceanos have become Parque das Nações icons. They are 4m…

7.210: Untitled — The splendid curves from EXPO ’98.

7.211: Untitled — Waiting for the bus.

7.212: Untitled — A man walks by a ship being broken for scrap.

7.213: Cristo Rei — Sailboat passes in front of the monument Cristo Rei – Tejo Estuary.

7.214: Padrão dos Descobrimentos — The Padrão dos Descobrimentos is a bold and imposing monument situated on the River Tagus greeting any…

Album 8: People and places from around Portugal

8.1: Untitled — Sesimbra.

8.2: Fishing companion — Sesimbra. This old fisherman was kept company by a gull which perched on his boat waiting for scraps of bait…

8.3: Untitled — A local fisherman sits alone outside at a small café, Sesimbra.

8.4: Where’s Wally? — Sesimbra.

8.5: Untitled — Sines: the birthplace of Vasco da Gama. A man walks past a street painting.

8.6: Untitled — Sines: two girls walk along the almost deserted beach.

8.7: Untitled — Sines: watching the waves rolling in.

8.8: Untitled — Sines: SKRAN is a graffiti and street artist based in Portugal.

8.9: Untitled — A man walks from the Centro de Artes de Sines.

8.11: Untitled — Portimão.

8.12: You’ve got the look — Portimão style.

8.13: Untitled — New neighbours, Alvor.

8.14: Grill — In one of the fishermans’ huts in Alvor a lady grills sardines fresh from the day’s catch.

8.15: Stripes & Squares — Alvor.

8.16: Untitled — Cleaning fish and throwing the scraps, Alvor.

8.17: Come on it’s hot — Alvor.

8.18: Tired Feet — Siesta time, Lagos.

8.19: Shout & Pout — Lagos.

8.20: Untitled — Portimão.

8.21: Luto — The black of mourning, Portimão.

8.22: Untitled — Monumento das mulheres, Portimão.

8.23: Untitled — Portimão.

8.24: Untitled — Silves.

8.25: Stop & Rest — Silves.

8.26: Opinion — It’s like this, Central market, Ohlão.

8.27: Amarelo — Some of the bright colours of Ohlão.

8.28: Watermelon Man — Ohlão.

8.29: Untitled — Ohlão.

8.30: Sundial sync — The church clock was in perfect sync with the sundial on the side of the tower, Ohlão.

8.31: Untitled — Ohlão.

8.32: Untitled — Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

8.33: Chair Art 1 — Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

8.34: Chair Art 2 — Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

8.35: Gym was here — Rusting and abandoned gym equipment. Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

8.36: No cars here — Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

8.37: Tough day — Some folk still have to work despite the heat. Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

8.38: / Obliques / — Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

8.40: Untitled — Island of Culatra – near Faro and Ohlão.

Album 9: SOS Mar Menor: Cartagena, Spain 30th October 2019

9.1: Los Nietos — October 2019: Despite the devastation in the area around the Mar Menor from the recent storm damage there…

9.2: Los Nietos — Devastating for the locals of Los Nietos on the Mar Menor following the October floods. The UN are now getting…

9.3: SOS Mar Menor — 30 October 2019: A young woman punches the air as she marches. An estimated 55,000 took part to demand solutions…

9.4: SOS Mar Menor — A red traffic signal illuminates one of the many family groups. A child joins in the sign painting.

9.5: SOS Mar Menor — A demonstrator in an anonymous mask holds up his board. An estimated 55,000 took part to demand solutions…

9.6: SOS Mar Menor — A boy shows his demonstration board depicting the history of catastrophes that have beseiged the area and…

9.7: SOS Mar Menor — A woman stops to take a photo of one of the protestor’s messages.

9.8: SOS Mar Menor — A banner is carried decreeing that there are already no fish in the Mar Menor and only idiots in government.

9.9: SOS Mar Menor — GreenPeace join the march with their support.

9.10: Just angry — A woman shouts angrily across the street at some hecklers.

9.11: SOS Campo de Cartagena — SOS Campo de Cartagena carry a banner showing their concerns for the area and to demand solutions to protect…

9.12: SOS Mar Menor — This young girl was helping by handing out leaflets for the cause and to bring attention to the future of…

9.13: SOS Mar Menor — A funereal march depicting doom if nothing is done.

9.14: SOS Mar Menor — A boy adjusts his sign written on a transparent umbrella.

9.15: SOS Mar Menor — A woman sits and films the passing march on her mobile phone.

9.16: No Me Mates! — A well-organised group wave their signs with the symbolic seahorse [representing the delicate balance of the…

9.18: No Me Mates! — La manifestación SOS Mar Menor

9.19: SOS Mar Menor — Three ladies rest on a bench as the protest nears it’s destination and the demonstrators begin to bunch…

9.20: Reaction — A man gestures towards a group crowding around a press interview.

9.21: Face in the crowd — An anonymous face in the crowd makes his way towards the stage where the speeches are about to start –…

Album 10: People and places from around Spain

10.1: La Vuelta 2016 — Vuelta 2016 Stage 2: Ourense to Baiona: passing by Las Anclas in Bouzas some of the ladies show their appreciation…

10.2: Time to move on — These street sellers in Barcelona had to quickly move on as the Mossos [police] were on their way.

10.3: Scratching a living — Barcelona: a street artist at work.

10.4: Checking the figs — This rider was just checking the status of the figs to see if they were ready for picking, his innocent actions…

10.5: Los Molinos — Sanlúcar is on the River Guadiana. This river defines part of the border between Portugal and Spain.

10.6: Untitled — Iglesia Nuestra Señora de las Flores, Sanlúcar. The late afternoon sun and a crucifix casts its…

10.7: Little white bull — Sanlúcar is on the River Guadiana. This river defines part of the border between Portugal and Spain.…

10.8: Fountain fortune! — Searching the fountain for change! Rota, near Cádiz.

10.9: Untitled — A man disappears from view around a narrow street corner. Rota, near Cádiz.

10.10: Teamwork — Cádiz: Getting into a rhythm: if you dig it all up then you have to do put it all back!

10.11: Romeo? — A lady looks out from her balcony somewhere in Cádiz.

10.12: Gossip — Cádiz market: A lady shares the latest news with her friends.

10.13: Seen this? — Cádiz Market: A man on a bicycle is keen to show something interesting to his seated friends.

10.14: Recycle — A man prepares to replenish a water bottle, Cádiz.

10.15: From The Rock — A British Airways flight takes off from Gibraltar. A view from inside the Rock towards La Línea and Southern…

10.16: Untitled — A father calls his children across The Windsor Suspension Bridge, Gibraltar.

10.17: Bazar — A man walks along the pavement in front of an Estepona Bazar.

10.18: Snack time — Estepona: A child in a pushchair eats a snack apparently watched by another from a mural opposite.

10.19: Special delivery — Estepona: A young woman carries a box on her shoulder.

10.20: Hoops on Stripes — A woman in a black and white hooped-hat crosses a pedestrian crossing, Estepona.

10.21: Lilac — The colourful old town of Estepona. Some streets can be identified by their pot colours making navigation…

10.22: Untitled — An evening stroll along the top of the wave break wall, Estepona.

10.23: Untitled — A woman walks a group of dogs past a colourful example of the Estepona Mural Walk.

10.24: Untitled — It was not obvious why the empty bench was less popular, Estepona.

10.25: Palm — A small planted palm casts its shadow, Estepona.

10.26: Orchidarium — A lady dressed in white descends carefully down the steps of the Orchidarium, Estepona.

10.27: Wallflowers — Potted flowering plants adorn a connecting street wall, Estepona.

10.28: Untitled — A decorated rear garden entrance door, Estepona.

10.29: Untitled — Sardines drying, Estepona.

10.30: Up the junction — Lunchtime and all the traffic is black and white, Malaga.

10.31: Untitled — Coach trip and a packed lunch, Malaga.

10.32: Untitled — A lady leads her friend with directions from her phone, Malaga.

10.33: Restaurante — Surprise, surprise: a restaurant is nearby. A sign you might see on an open road in the countryside but this…

10.34: PUCK — The 190m bulk carrier ‘PUCK’ arrives in Garrucha awaiting its cargo of local gypsum.

10.35: Untitled — A yellow lifeguard hut, Playa la Caracola, Garrucha, Spain.

10.36: Untitled — People walk along the water’s edge by a yellow lifeguard hut, Playa la Caracola, Garrucha, Spain.

10.37: Beach Walk — One man and his dog surprise a sunbather, Garrucha.

10.38: Untitled — A lifeguard seat, Playa la Caracola, Garrucha, Spain.

10.39: Conveyors — The conveyors used to load the local gypsum stand idle, Garrucha.

10.40: Entrada — Casa, Mojáca.

10.41: Gypsum — Preparing and damping-down the piles of gypsum in readiness for loading, Garrucha.

10.42: Untitled — Two skateboarders, Garrucha.

10.43: Zulo — Cartagena, a las víctimas del Terrorismo – Abril de 2009. Sculpture by Victor Ochoa.

10.44: Catch of the day — Whale tail, Cartagena.

10.45: Dry land — Over 291m in length the cruise ship Ventura has over 3,500 berths and is just one of the many ships to visit…

10.47: Crossing — The crossing. Cartagena.

10.48: Adolescentes — Teenagers hang out near some of the Roman ruins, Cartagena.

10.49: Untitled — Murals, Cartagena.

10.50: Untitled — A man sits at the top of some steps, the beauty and mystery of an old advertising board to his side, Cartagena.

10.51: Cursive — Cartagena.

10.52: Untitled — An early-morning runner, Cartagena.

10.53: Untitled — Wall art, Cartagena: The eye just follows you, it’s like looking at the painting of the ‘Laughing…

10.54: Trolley race — The smoother road surface was faster but a lot hotter! Who would be the first to the top? Cartagena.

10.55: Rose — Cartagena.

10.56: Window cleaner — Cartagena.

10.57: Untitled — It must be that open-door syndrome again, Cartagena.

10.58: Untitled — Cartagena.

10.59: Untitled — Veterans parade, Cartagena.

10.60: Untitled — Pascual Berrutti Marín. Federación National de Asociaciones de Veteranos Paracaidistas ASVEPA Alicante.…

10.61: Untitled — Fuerzas Regulares Indígenas [Indigenous Regular Forces generally of Ceuta and Melilla]. Veterans parade,…

10.62: AIDA — Cartagena: Passengers wait anxiously for the two last passengers to board before they can depart for their…

10.64: Boardwalk — El Batel, Cartagena.

10.65: Old & New — Historical Roman columns: one cruise-ship visitor could be overheard asking, ‘Why do they leave the…

10.66: Pre-race briefing — He would be running the race and she would be starting it. XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun…

10.67: Anxious wait — Anxious moments before the big start! XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena…

10.68: All set — Confirming orders for the XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena for all age…

10.69: Now run! — XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena for all age groups. An initiative born…

10.70: Job well-done — XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena for all age groups. An initiative born…

10.71: Between starts — XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena for all age groups. An initiative born…

10.72: Break — XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena for all age groups. An initiative born…

10.73: FIRE! — The command is given to fire. XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena for all…

10.74: BANG! — XVIII Cross de la Artillería – a fun run around Cartagena for all age groups. An initiative born…

10.75: Yacht Leander — A man covers his head with a newspaper as a shade from the sun, Cartagena.

10.76: Tricycle — Cartagena.

10.78: Untitled — A misshapen shadow descends ths steps, Cartagena.

10.79: Thumbs up — A woman walks her dog along the back streets of Cartagena.

10.80: Ozone — A man relaxes on a bench and smells the ozone, Cartagena.

10.81: Solemates — Tourists wearing safety helmets at the castle, maybe sitting on the wall is not such a good idea, Cartagena.

10.82: Untitled — Cartagena.

10.83: The odd couple — A woman rests outside a bar, Cartagena.

10.84: Untitled — Cartagena.

10.85: Just after 5 — A man enters the building, Cartagena.

10.86: Similitude — The blades; the rotors; the wings; the street lamp; the leaves.

10.87: The Red Bag — A woman carrying a red bag descending steps, Cartagena.

10.88: Untitled — Cartagena, tendrás que elegir.

10.89: Close-up work! — Paint what you see! Cartagena.

10.90: Untitled — Palm tree shadows, Cartagena.

10.91: Fashion contrast — This lady had just been window shopping, it was only as she turned away the strap on her bag and her contrasting…

10.92: Untitled — A man drinks from a water fountain, Granada.

10.93: Selphie or not!? — When is a Selphie a Selphie!? Alhambra Palace, Granada.

10.94: Winter green — Shadows, Granada.

10.95: Untitled — Oriental colour.

10.96: It’s all in the detail — This Scandinavian Tourist had high standards for his posing partner – Alhambra Palace, Granada.

10.97: Red frames — Bright red-plastic frames dominating the cityscape behind, Granada.

10.98: King of the castle — Alhambra Palace, Granada.

10.99: Untitled — View across from La Batería De San Isidoro Y Santa Florentina over to El Faro De Navidad, Cartagena.

10.100: Untitled — Cartagena.

10.101: School — Coloured by rust these steel tuna take it in turn to reflect the afternoon sun in Cartagena.

10.102: Untitled — A man in a national jacket looks over towards the Faro de Navidad, Cartagena.

10.103: Farewell Miguel — Tug crews at Cartagena come out to give one of their own a retirement send-off.

10.104: Untitled — Cartagena.

10.105: Match — American classics come to the Cartagena Tattoo Convention 2020.

10.106: New Ink — Smoking break for some at the 2020 Cartagena Tattoo Convention.

10.107: Untitled — Cartagena: dock-side graffiti.

Album 11: Scenes from around the UK

11.1: Lunch — A Sparrowhawk remains alert after the kill of a Collared Dove.

11.2: Grosmont — An enthusiast of The North Yorkshire Moors Railway awaiting the next departure.

11.3: 2012 Olympics [1] — 2012 Olympic Torch Relay Leg, Sleaford, Lincolnshire – a massive turnout despite the poor weather.

11.4: 2012 Olympics [2] — 2012 Olympic Torch Relay Leg, Sleaford, Lincolnshire – Lincolnshire Central SSP.

11.5: 2012 Olympics [3] — 2012 Olympic Torch Relay Leg, Sleaford, Lincolnshire – characters on stilts interact with the crowd.

11.6: Log pile — A boat is moored alongside a log pile, Wick, Scotland.

11.7: Standing Stone – Ring of Brodgar [1] — The ring was built around 2500-2000BC and covering an area of almost 8,500 square metres it is the third largest…

11.8: Standing Stone – Ring of Brodgar [2] — The ring was built around 2500-2000BC and covering an area of almost 8,500 square metres it is the third largest…

11.9: Seat, Fair Isle — Located halfway between Orkney and the Shetland Mainland, Fair Isle is a place rich in wildlife, cultural…

11.10: Chapel [1] — The solitude of Fair Isle Methodist Chapel.

11.11: Chapel [2] — Fair Isle Methodist Chapel.

11.13: Puffins — A pair of Puffins just out of their burrow, Fair Isle.

11.14: Free ride — A bird takes a free ride on the back of a sheep, Fair Isle.

11.15: The Stronsay Hotel — The Stronsay Hotel is situated in the village of Whitehall on the beautiful Island of Stronsay. Whitehall…

11.16: Golgotha Monastery Island — Papa Stronsay is about six minutes by boat from the neighbouring Island of Stronsay. The Name ‘Papa…

11.17: Skuas — Arctic Skuas mobbing a Lesser Black-Backed Gull near Loch Inver on the West Coast of Scotland.

11.18: Rainbows — Double and reflected rainbows – Kyle of Lochalsh.

11.19: Beinn Shiantaidh — The Isle of Jura and the Paps of Jura.

11.20: Newlyn — Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange – Cornwall.

11.21: Pebbles — Chesil beach, near Portland.

11.22: Comparing notes — Notes were compared and the arrival time for the train was now under review amongst an abundance of stripes.

11.23: Flying Scotsman — An excursion hauled by the Flying Scotsman 60103 heading south through Sleaford North junction – 2018.

11.24: Seriously? — Concert scene from the RAF100 celebrations in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.25: Traditional English afternoon — Concert scene from the RAF100 celebrations in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.26: Waste not, want not — A man reaches down to pick up some dropped food at the RAF100 celebrations in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.27: Family — A family gathering – RAF100 celebrations in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.28: Parasol envy — RAF100 celebrations in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.29: Red, white & blue — RAF100 celebrations in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.30: Mosaic makers — MosArt: Sleaford mosaic group admiring their hard work – by designer Carole Smith, 2018.

11.31: Turn the tide on Plastic! [1] — Turn the tide on Plastic! Moorhen chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire – plastic bottles…

11.32: Moorhens [1] — Moorhen feeds one of the last of her chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.33: Moorhens [2] — Moorhen feeds one of the last of her chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.34: Moorhens [3] — A Moorhen feeds one of her last surviving chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.35: Moorhens [4] — Moorhen feeding her new chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire while protecting one of the weaker…

11.36: Moorhens [5] — A couple of older Moorhen chicks go off to explore – River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.37: Turn the tide on plastic! [2] — Moorhen chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire – they were having to survive surrounded by…

11.38: Just 2 from 13 — Moorhen chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire – they were having to survive surrounded by…

11.39: Moorhens [6] — Moorhen feeds one of the last of her chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

11.40: Turn the tide on Plastic! [3] — Turn the tide on Plastic! Moorhen chicks on the River Slea, Sleaford, Lincolnshire – they were having…

11.41: Primaries.

11.42: RAF 100 — Formation of Tornado GR1s – rehearsal for RAF100 flypast.

11.43: BFCH at Jimmy Bakers — The Band From County Hell play at Jimmy Bakers in Sleaford to raise money for the local food bank on a very…

11.44: Lockdown — Making the most of lockdown.

11.45: Waiting patiently — With the lockdown easing a short wait and a chance to meet up.

11.46: People… — People… not a big fan.

11.47: Lifestyles — When different lifestyles cross.

11.48: Knicks Knacks — Sutton-On-Sea and Knicks Knacks 2020. Not changed much since my B/W image taken in 1995 displayed in Album 4…

11.49: Untitled — A detail of the iconic, Grade 1 listed, Humber Bridge.

11.50: RNLI — Inshore lifeboat training – Humber Bridge.

11.51: Limbs — A couple with their dog rest on a bench soaking up some vitamin D.

11.52: Withernsea — Low water and time for a run.

11.53: The approach — There is no harbour at Withernsea but the flat and smooth sand, a result of the coastal erosion, allows for…

 

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All Photographs Copyright Graham Laughton – All Rights Reserved.

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Why so serious?

An homage to Heath – Skate park graffiti before the renovations at the Vasco da Gama Bridge

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Iron Men.

O Homem Muralha – A group of five sculptures by Portuguese artist Pedro Pires, consisting of small iron squares, faces the Vasco da Gama Tower. However, the nearly-identical figures point in different directions, as a way of questioning the concept of identity in the modern industrial world – or were there six as one steps away!

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Haveráguas.

By the Surrealist artist Roberto Matta. Parque das Nações (The Park of Nations). Most of the futuristic architecture to be found here was built by innovative architects for EXPO ’98, the World Fair that took place in Lisbon between May and September of 1998.

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A lazy summer’s day.

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The white; the black; the shadows; the shapes; the bag.

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Ice Cream.

Neapolitan with a touch of pistachio.

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Cambridge School.

A cyclist rides by the Edifício Lisboa, Alameda dos Oceanos in Lisbon.

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In the zone.

The Oceanarium in the Parque das Nações.

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Lick!

It’s hot and you’re thirsty…what do you do? Parque das Nações (The Park of Nations).

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Untitled.

Rizoma by British artist Antony Gormley. Parque das Nações (The Park of Nations).

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Vulcões de Água.

The six water volcanoes on Alameda dos Oceanos have become Parque das Nações icons. They are 4m high and have over 1,500 sudden water eruptions per day.

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Angles.

Sometimes it’s all about the angles.

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