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Month: June 2020

Very Local History

Very Local History

This week I happened upon a photo of Anerley Station, our local station, taken in the 19th or possibly early 20th century and one from a stone’s throw away in Maple Road. Both are places that we’ve walked past so many times but had never seen these photos of before. What’s a couple of nerds to do? Go and recreate the photos of course and check out what has changed and what has stayed the same. First up is the…

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Lockdown Urban Birding

Lockdown Urban Birding

So, things are a bit weird aren’t they? I’ve been pretty quiet on The Internet for a while now because of *gestures broadly*. Now isn’t the time to post about frivulous things, I thought. But then when Skyping with my dad, he mentioned how quiet my Twitter has been, asking if I’ve been too busy to post. Quite the opposite usually. And then I thought, maybe it would be nice to just post about wholesome things, mainly for myself but…

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