2020 Week 14 – Getting used to it

The second week of “lockdown”; that’s in quotes because there is little to resemble being locked inside as it’s almost voluntary, so vague is the Prime Minister’s exhortation. It’s almost as if he a) doesn’t really know what we’re supposed to do or b) he…

2020 Week 8 – Protest

Extinction Rebellion was in Cambridge this week.  The group blocked the junction at Fen Causeway and Trumpington Road during the week of disrupting Cambridge’s operation. The blockage was inconvenient, but climate change is an inconvenient truth, isn’t it?  Well, more than an inconvenience, it means…

2020 Week 5 – National Self-Harm

Two drone shots (using a Mavic Air), one of Gamlingay’s new churchyard and one of trees in Southill. Both views are a refreshing change from being on the ground. And a “bug hotel” near the Gamlingay churchyard, followed by a bus shelter in St Neots….

Week 20 – Election coming

This week was one of working towards the General Election.  I delivered some leaflets to all 80-odd houses on an estate in my village.  This is not the estate, it’s the main street, with a former pub (now an Indian restaurant) in the background.  The…