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It was always burning,

since the world's been turning.

~Billy Joel

At the former airbase at Raf west raynham. Art deco style.

A visit to Wat Nawamintararachutis, the largest Thai Buddhist temple in the USA. Located in Raynham Massachusetts, it is supported by the Thai royal family and celebrates the life of the late King Bhumipol Adulyadej who was born in nearby Cambridge Massachusetts in 1927.

A very beautiful church on the Raynham estate framed by the avenue of trees which sweeps down the road which leads you to the village of West Raynham.

  

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We went back to West Raynham to capture the ripening barley and weren't disappointed. My apologies for being behind on my commenting but will try and catch up tomorrow!

 

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I just managed to capture the golden light over the church as the sun disappeared below the horizon. This is a fine church on the edge of a beautiful little village.

 

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A visit to Wat Nawamintararachutis, the largest Thai Buddhist temple in the USA. Located in Raynham Massachusetts, it is supported by the Thai royal family and celebrates the life of the late King Bhumipol Adulyadej who was born in nearby Cambridge Massachusetts in 1927.

A visit to Wat Nawamintararachutis, the largest Thai Buddhist temple in the USA. Located in Raynham Massachusetts, it is supported by the Thai royal family and celebrates the life of the late King Bhumipol Adulyadej who was born in nearby Cambridge Massachusetts in 1927.

After an eternity of gray, rainy days, yesterday was spectacular!

A shot taken on a short diversion on my way back to work after visiting a client. There is a line of trees following the road into the village with what I assume to be wheat fields on both sides.

 

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The remains of Norwich medieval City Walls as it would have crossed the River Wensum in Norwich, Norfolk, East Anglia.

 

The walls were built between 1280 to 1340 the city walls. At around four kilometres (2.5 miles) long, these walls, along with the river, enclosed a larger area than that of the City of London. However, when the city walls were constructed it was made illegal to build outside them, inhibiting expansion of the city. Around this time, the city was made a county corporate and became capital of one of the most densely populated and prosperous counties of England.

 

The River Wensum is a chalk fed river, and a tributary of the River Yare despite being the larger of the two rivers. The complete river is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation. The river receives its name from the Old English adjective wandsum or wendsum, meaning "winding".

 

The source of the Wensum lies between the villages of Colkirk and Whissonsett in north-west Norfolk. The river flows westward initially, close to the villages of South Raynham, West Raynham and East Raynham, passing Raynham Hall, home of the Marquis Townshend. The Wensum then turns and flows north through a number of small villages until it reaches Sculthorpe, where it turns east through the market town of Fakenham. The river then flows in a south-easterly direction, passing through the Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and the village of Great Ryburgh.

 

The Wensum continues through or close to the villages of Guist, North Elmham, Worthing, Swanton Morley, Lyng, Lenwade and Taverham before entering the City of Norwich from the north-west via Drayton, Costessey and Hellesdon. At New Mills Yard, a former waterworks, the river becomes tidal and navigable by boat. Flowing through the city, the river forms a broad arc which would have influenced the site of the settlement for defensive reasons; remnants of boom towers can be seen near Wensum Park and Carrow Hill which formed part of the city wall and a large defensive tower can be seen on the bank near Barrack Street, called Cow Tower. This dates to the 12th century and was also used for collecting tolls. Evidence of the river's historical use as a means of transport for goods and trade from the continent is still visible: mills, quays and industrial remnants can be found near the station and along King Street, and a slipway at Pulls Ferry marks the start of a canal originally used to transport stone from Caen in Normandy, in the 13th Century, to build Norwich Cathedral. This site was also a public house and used as a River Ferry until the 1950s.

 

The Wensum flows past Carrow Road football ground and then out of the city via Trowse, to Whitlingham where it merges with the River Yare. The river is navigable from the New Mills Yard in the centre of Norwich to its confluence with the Yare.

 

The best guitar lessons given by the best guitar school in the Taunton, Raynham, Bridgewater Massachusetts Area. We turn regular people into awesome guitar players. www.tauntonguitarlessons.com

 

I'd say we're both shoe people, but in different ways (besides the obvious)! I have a LOT of really cute shoes. Barry doesn't have a ton of shoes, but the ones he picks he's very particular about and likes to look fly! haha

 

Love, Nikki & Barry

 

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Me & Barry getting ready for bed. One of the things I love about doing a 365 project with my boyfriend is having all these other pictures of the 2 of us taken that don't make the 365 cut. I loved this one a lot!

This is the face of a wooden statue of a young girl which stands in the ruins of the church at West Raynham. It must have been stained at one point but the elements have stripped most of the staining away leaving just a few remnants behind.

There is a great tree lined road which takes you past St Mary's church and into the lovely little village of West Raynham.

 

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On my client visit a few weeks back I stopped off at West Rayham to take a few shots of the church there in the early morning light.

 

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New Bedford, MA

 

The New Bedford Bottle is 52' tall and was built in 1930. It was erected by Frates Dairy along with one in Raynham. The property has changed hands and is now a Pizza restaurant.

 

Now is G+S Pizza

 

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Today was Barry's birthday so I decided to surprise him by filling his room up with about 150 balloons! It was a lot of fun, and I think he was surprised! Happy Birthday to the love of my life <3! :-*!

 

Love, Nikki & Barry

 

Ps- I gotta give props to my friends Katie and Erin for helping me blow all of them up!

 

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Taken at RAF West Raynham, Norfolk 28/10/07. See the original here: www.flickr.com/photos/gimbulate/1799950272/

 

(I don't like the way this one turned out since i had to set the exposure levels in photoshop using 1 picture as opposed to using 3 different pictures with different exposure levels)

I had fun with my sunflower <3

 

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Happy Belated Tattoosday! Yes, today is Wednesday not Tuesday. But if you read the description from yesterdays photo you'll see that we have good reason for the delay! His tattoos are so bright and colorful, it's like they were drawn on with sharpies! So I thought it would be cute to take a picture of me "doodling" on him. My doodles would not come out so cool, but it's fun to pretend!

 

Love, Nikki & Barry

 

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Asahi Pentax Spotmatic F

Bushnell 135mm f/2.8

Ilford Delta 100

 

Developed in Adox FX-39 1+9. 6'20" at 21 Celsius.

Lying out in the snow at a local farm.

 

Duplicate layer/hard light treatment, plus the usual tweaking.

 

Nikon D5000

AF-S DX Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR

 

EXPLORE, Jan. 5, 2013

This magnificent house, one of Norfolk's very finest, dates from 1619, though building and modifications continued for nearly 100 years. This is the west front - the house seems to have been designed and constructed by a local firm, William Edge.

Busted out the mistletoe! Hung the stockings. Started Christmas shopping. 'Tis the season of giving ;-)

 

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Saturdays are my only day off every week, and I love it because Barry has the weekends off. Today we're getting some snow all day so we're staying in and doing nothing! What a good feeling <3

 

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I'm almost positive I have the prettiest friends! This is Patty! We made plans to get lunch and paint pottery today. When I checked the weather and it said it was gonna be 63 and sunny I couldn't pass up the chance to shoot. Thankfully she was ok with the idea :-) So we took some photos in the woods right next to my house before we went out . The light was perfect!

 

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