30 July 2004

23rd June 2004 (extremely out of order). Sad news for those of us hoping for East / West relations to improve...  Posted by Hello
8th July 2004   Posted by Hello
27th July 2004  Posted by Hello
29th July 2004 - Ghostly (read underexposed) flowers. A poor effort but I am excused by the fact that I was feeling absolutely dreadful with a terrible fever and headache. Besides, they have a Julia Margaret Cameron feel about them don't they?  Posted by Hello
28th July 2004 - spooky catwoman branch, Richmond Park (to where I was banished for a few hours owing to a book group meeting taking place at home).  Posted by Hello
26th July 2004 - solar powered lamp - front garden. Not exactly a lighthouse, you know where the lamp is when it's on and that's about it.  Posted by Hello

27 July 2004

Aarrrgh - missing pics

Not sure why but I cannot now find the photos for the following dates:

16th july
11th July
9th July
7th July
5th July
1st July

If I find any I'll post them. Meanwhile, I'm just a tad disappointed.

25 July 2004

25th July 2004 - with thanks to William Egglestone and the Observer Magazine Posted by Hello

24 July 2004

22nd July 2004. Check out that new back door. Fuzzy owing to lack of tripod and the fact that flash killed the pic dead. You wouldn't believe how long that cat flap took to install.  Posted by Hello
20th July 2004 - Turqoise mosaic mask of Mixtec-Aztec fire god, c. 1500 A.D. He's a scarey looking fellah isn't he? Best not upset him by mentioning that his teeth could do with some work. Posted by Hello

19th July 2004 in the stolen garden. Posted by Hello
21st July 2004 British Museum, lunchtime.  Posted by Hello
18th July 2004 - breaking the law (again). Who is in charge?! Posted by Hello
15th July 2004 Posted by Hello
4th July 2004 - avec les in-laws at Isabella. Leaf in hand, extreme left, does not really constitute vandalism. Honestly.  Posted by Hello
17th July 2004 - that's a bit clearer isn't it?  Posted by Hello
24th July 2004. Lousy quality I'm afraid but you can, if you look closely, make out a few flowers sprucing up the place post-Rosedale in Bloom.  Posted by Hello
23rd July 2004. At work again. Check out that "In Desperate Need of a Holiday" look.  Posted by Hello
29th June 2004 - at work looking skeletal. And anxious. And in dire need of a haircut of course. Posted by Hello

3rd July 2004: A touch of la ginge I will admit...  Posted by Hello
10th July 2004 - street party and Rosedale in Bloom competition. Cut up pants make good bunting you know...  Posted by Hello

15 July 2004

30th June 2004 - gardner's hut (a grand hut, of course, but still allegedly a hut), Inns of Court, lunchtime.  Posted by Hello
12th July 2004 - Church, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, late afternoon - not too late yet apparently.  Posted by Hello
6th July 2004 - Chinese stone Guardian, late Ming or early Qing dynasty (late 17th Cent).  Posted by Hello

28th June 2004: Japanese Netsuke from, I think, 18th Cent. A trifle disturbing.  Posted by Hello
2nd July (dates all to pants now) 2004 - Augustus - 27 to 25 BC - made by the Romans in Egypt. Noble eh?  Posted by Hello

Welcome to Mrs Lemon's: Sic transit gloria mundi.

See more at http://patrickdoddsphotography.co.uk .

Something of an online zibaldone, albeit not on Tumblr where one might otherwise expect to find such things, "Mrs Lemon's Visit to Japan" takes its name from a poster seen in Cornwall advertising a talk at the local Women's Institute. I hope there is something here you like.

NB If you go back in time far enough on here some of the photos start to disappear - not sure why. Whatever is happening with the missing pictures, apologies.

BW

Patrick

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