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Under the A120

Underneath the A120

The A120 connects Great Dunmow with Bishop’s Stortford and the M11 (and thus London) in one direction and Braintree and Colchester in the other. It’s the most important road in the immediate area and was recently turned into a dual carriageway and bypassed around Dunmow. Walking down the Flitch Way

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The Sizler

Dunmow Carnival 2011

Today was Dunmow Carnival day and the town was awash with bunting. The procession was lengthened quite considerably this year and there was certainly less numbers out on the streets outside our house this year – we assume because more people could watch it from the comfort of their own

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The Old Runway Little Easton

The Old Runway at Little Easton

A picture from much earlier this year of the old runway at Little Easton. I’m assuming this is the remains of the runway used during the second world war by the USA Air Force 386th Bombardment Group known as “The Crusaders”

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Your roots are showing

Your roots are showing…

The Leez Priory, an old tudor building, is used for weddings, it looks a lovely venue, and indeed there was a wedding on when I was in the area, a shame because I would have liked to have photographed the buildings. Near the Priory is a lake which was looking

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The Cracked Bridge

Leez Lodge Lakes

Following on from yesterday’s blog, here’s a small pond and stream near (and feeding) the Leez Lodge Lakes. I had to fight my way into this area and those green sticks had some vicious barbs on them, as I was taking the photograph I was aware my tripod was slowly

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.