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A postcard from Mumbles. ..

Some fantastic images in this latest blog from Carol Woolley.  Carol shares some lovely photos of a family holiday to Mumbles on the Gower Peninsular in Wales, including castles, piers, a lighthouse and sea views. Such a beautiful place to

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Satellites, cricket, travel down under, and a ray in Wales.

There seemed to be quite a lot of challenges in Week 35’s posts. I failed the challenge of getting a post written, but Chris Bolton advised Learning from failure. The more it hurts the better you learn. I wish Chris luck

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Why I love – and hate – Instagram

Matt Murray considers the swings and roundabout of using Instagram for his Week 25 contribution to Weekly Blog Club, and illustrates it with some lovely seaside and fairground pictures. Why I love – and hate – Instagram by Matt Murray.

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