Our new story, “Busy Bee and the Silent Spring”, is being prepared to be sent off to agents and publishers in the hope that it can be published by a commercial publisher. If that doesn’t work then we will self publish like we have the other stories.
We have now signed contracts with three UK charities. They are Plantlife, Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, and Butterfly Conservation. For any of our sales where a purchaser does not specify a charity of their choice we will divide our donation between these three charities.
On Sunday the 22nd Caroline and I and our friend Nadejda went to Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane and the surrounding area. As always there was some new street art and different forms. The use of drinks cans was something that I hadn’t seen before. Of course there was the usual political graffiti pointed firmly at […]
We went to Richmond and its park on Saturday 21st of July. It was like much of the rest of the country in that it was very dry. There is a small garden there where I took this photo of an unknown bee on an unknown flower. I’m sure somebody can tell me what they […]
I meant to post these pictures before. On Saturday the 7th of July we walked across Hyde Park. British Summer Time was on and I wanted to hear Editors as they were one of the bands playing that day. As they were fourth from the top of the bill I thought that they would be […]
On the way home from a day out at Richmond on Saturday the 21st of July we walked through Soho and then up Tottenham Court Road. Turning towards home we passed this wonderful pub, The Ship in New Cavendish Street. There has been a pub on this site since the end of the 18th century. […]
On Sunday the 15th of July a group of us took the train to Eastbourne to walk the Beachy Head Circular Walk. Weather wise it was the most amazing of English summer days. We couldn’t have asked for a better day. Looking back at the photographs I realise that I should have stopped and taken […]
I have been contacting anyone that I can find through social media who has a connection with bees so that I can promote our book, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow. Along the way I ran into Simon who runs www.beethecure.com Simon believes if bees thrive humanity can thrive. With a focus on educating children about […]
We were in Switzerland for a long weekend. Lausanne is a very pretty city. It has the air of civilisation defined. This is Place de la Palud and on one side is Hotel de Ville where people get married. The area is packed on a Saturday with a proper farmers market in the morning. Along […]