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A Salute To Steve Hollier

It is with great regret that we must announce our loss of Steve Hollier, a dear gentleman international travel photojournalist who touched a lot of lives and wrote and photographed with beautiful and very cultured insight. Steve’s very extensive travels … Continue reading

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Steve Hollier is on safari

Hi everyone, just a note to let you know that I fly to France in the morning. Sandra and I are looking for a house somewhere near Carcassonne. Exciting? You bet! Afterwards, I will be making my way back to … Continue reading

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Lerik 4: Hiking through the Talysh mountains

Last time I visited Lerik, a small town a kilometer above sea-level high in the Talysh mountains, I didn’t have time to walk in the beautiful forests lower down the slopes, so when Mason suggested a 15kl hike through the autumnal  woodlands, I jumped at the chance. … Continue reading

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Me? Nah mate. I don’t go South of the River. They’re all villans there…

Louie, Sandra’s younger son flew in to Heathrow looking like you’d expect a seventeen-year old who has been sofa-hopping with his mates in Cairo for three-months. Underweight, hung-over, tired as hell and hungry but cheerful and pleased to see us. … Continue reading

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Another hot day in London: “Hair”, “Twilight” Premier & Chinatown

“When the moon is in the seventh house, and Jupiter aligns with Mars…” Yes. 43 years late, I caught up with that symbol of the 1960’s counter-culture “Hair”. Sandra and I had come in to town to catch up with performance … Continue reading

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London on a hot afternoon: Soho, The Royal Academy and Savile Row

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