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Urban walk June 2014

I really enjoy the Urban Walk posts from Janet Davis. Not only does Janet share with us some of the wonderful images she has captured but she also encourages us all to look at everyday sights differently, and to discover the interesting

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Urban walk June 2013 part 3

In Janet Davis’s 3rd Urban Walks post for week 24, we are now on the return journey back home.  This set ends in the southern end of Ouseburn, at the eastern end of Newcastle’s Quayside, and shows some of the

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Urban walk June 2013 part 2

The second part of Janet Davis’s Urban Walk posts this week focuses on some of the more natural elements of urban living. It feels less harsh and instead softer. Some great images with shadows, and what I am sure was

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Urban walk June 2013 part 1

Janet Davis has submitted three great posts this week taking up the [entirely optional] theme of Urban Walks. Janet takes us on an urban walk around Newcastle upon Tyne. This Part One post focuses on some of the artwork on

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A walk to Dog-Eared Corner

Karen Hart has taken up one of the [entirely optional] themes this week and shared with us her walk to work. She navigates an urban ‘It’s a knockout’, takes us passed a house where Stalin lived, a Jewish bakery, the

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Blogging, walking, leading and bins

Hello, yes it’s me Kate Bentham back for another week as guest curator of Weekly Blog Club. We’re into week 15 of year two and had some wonderful blogs submitted this week, the quality and content of which have been amazing. The

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Vardre RFC, Venice of the Swansea Valley? Re-visiting old rugby grounds

Chris Bolton has taken up the entirely optional theme this week and is taking us on an Urban Walk – through the Venice of the Swansea Valley. Chris shares some lovely photos of bridges, canals, bus shelters and rugby players. Vardre RFC,

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