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Feb 07

#1169. The Spitfires gather

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

For the first time in preservation history, the Imperial War Museum at Duxford is hosting twelve Spitfires in an open hangar setting. The twelve are by no means the only Spitfires left in existence, but these represent all of the significant marques, developed during World War 2. They are all highlights in their own right, […]

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Aug 12

#1132. Coming back to life

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

If I wasn’t so dedicated to maintaining acquaintances and friends, I might have forgotten DearSusan over the last year or so. Still COVID-marooned in the UK, I have a slightly different world view to many, but still suspect that the pandemic had wrought damage we haven’t yet contemplated, much of it deeply psychological. Behaviour patterns […]

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Feb 17

#967. Down Oaxaca way

By Paul Perton | Travel Photography

Just an hour by plane south of Mexico City lies Oaxaca, destination for the many tourists who prefer the streets to Mexico’s resorts and beach life. Served by a small – some might call it regional – but nonetheless highly efficient airport. The heart of Oaxaca is definitely its Old Town. A world apart from […]

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Jul 24

#881. Content is king

By Paul Perton | Opinion

I’m staring at an empty document. About to write a piece for DS (DearSusan), which is suddenly derailed. I’ve allowed myself to become distracted midway through the opening sentence and now find it necessary to veer off to the Interwebs for a shot of inspiration. And failed – as more distractions came along. We don’t […]

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