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The view we climbed to Sacre Coeur to see
Oct 15

#287. The Susans’ day out.

By Paul Perton | News

It’s just past seven on a dark, wet and chilly morning and I’ve dragged my less than svelte being up what seemed like several thousand steps to the entrance of Sacre Coeur, where I am due to meet co-DS-blogger Pascal. I find him on the steps of this huge church, revelling in the semi-constant rain […]

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Jul 24

#149/2 Re-Touit!

By philberphoto | News

In instalment  #149, I announced that I would come back to that theme, once I had more to show and tell about the Touit 12mm. So, why this unusual number? So as not to “burn” # 150, where our Lord and Master, Pascal, has a surprise in store! But, back to Touit. I left you […]

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Mar 17

# 142 Lofoten Un-shtunk!

By philberphoto | Travel Photography

What is not to love about the Lofoten? That is, if you have (unlikely) great weather, a (hard to find) photo friend, and (easy enough) time without interference from other photographers… Well, the Lofoten are a mix of civilised country with good infrastructure, and very sparse support points. On the one hand, roads are very […]

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