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Saturday, 28 February 2009

Green Park Bath.

I found this negative among old family pictures; I can’t identify anybody in the picture, but have included it for historical interest.
I would guess it was taken the 1940s at the end of Green Park looking up Charles Street.
It’s probable that the children are from Green Park School; notice the Spears lorry outside Green Park Station (now Sainsbury car park) note also the buildings now long gone on the right in Charles Street.

Friday, 27 February 2009

life size knitted Ferrari.

 
Bath Spa University art student Lauren Porter with her life size knitted Ferrari.

Wednesday, 25 February 2009

World Society for the Protection of Animals.

I’ve been taking pictures for the WSPA today.
Local university students in Bath dressed up as farm animals to promote the World Society for the Protection of Animals first ever farm animal themed fun run, the City Stampede, which will take place on Sunday 10th May. 

To take part visit www.wspa.org.uk/citystampede 

Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Cavendish Lodge Bath.

This picture for The Bath Chronicle was taken in 1993 at the end of the public enquiry into the building of Cavendish Lodge.
You can see the planning inspector in a large open field on the slope below Lansdown Crescent, though it does look like the jungle.

 
The appeal was won and this is the result taken today.

Sunday, 22 February 2009

York Minster

9 frame join up
3 frame HDR
 
18 frame HDR join up.
all pictures COPYRIGHT Sam Farr

Saturday, 21 February 2009

More from York

Viking Street Theatre.
All to Abba songs!
 
  
 

Thursday, 19 February 2009

York Day 2

York Castle Museum
Now that’s what I call a toilet!
Civil War!
Civil War Photographer!
Victorian Parlor c1870
007 elastic bands!
60’s chair.
Clock Watcher
Duck in the bush

Wednesday, 18 February 2009

First Day in York.

Fancy a Donut!
Very clever man cutting names signs
with a cycle powered fret saw.
See all the plasters on his hands!
Who are you looking at!
We had lunch here, excellent gluten free soup.
De Grey Rooms, or as the bus driver put it.
They were till some Muppet from the council painted them white.
Nice Habitat.
Lots of police action today!
What Red Light!
Don’t worry about sat nav I have the map!

Monday, 16 February 2009

Welcome to Nottingham

 We are in Nottingham at the moment, it’s just like Bath 
they greet visitors with a £50 parking ticket in the 
first hour to ensure they don't stay!
 
The streets have a mixture old and new buildings, 
I don’t think they would get away with this in Bath. 
  
 It seems all Trams and Ferris Wheels!
This is for Nicky and Helen.
Off to York on Tuesday, hope we get a better welcome there! 

Sunday, 15 February 2009

Bath Theatre Royal complete with audience.

An unusual picture of Bath Theatre Royal
complete with audience.

Saturday, 14 February 2009

China Clay Factory in Cornwall.

A china clay factory near St Austell 
from a transparency taken in the 60s.

Log Cabin in Bath!

 
The main building of Combe Down school is a 
log cabin, very unusual for a school in Bath!
 
It was Tabitha’s Arts and Maths week at Combe Down school today.
  
Tabitha with the giant bee hive.
 
Tabitha shows Lottie her portrait.

Thursday, 12 February 2009

Doesn’t time fly! Was it really April 1992.

It only seems yesterday when I went for breakfast with Baths new MP Don Foster and his wife Victoria, the day after his election.

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Kids in the snow.

While I was at Chinese New Year celebrations.
David and Wendy  were playing and taking pictures in the snow.
Wendy's pictures are below