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“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent”
― Victor Hugo

I’ve refigured the days – we’re on day 349 so only a few more to go before the end of the year! Previous posts may share the same day title, but we’ll forget about that and put it down to almost 365 days of photo blogging! Today’s photos were taken at the Christmas Carol Concert at the Museum of Army Flying in Middle Wallop. It was beautiful – and lovely to walk around the museum at night too! Take a look at some of the photos…

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“Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”
― Samuel Johnson

This challenge has me going to the oddest places at the strangest times. Last night, I thought that was amazing. This morning after just four hours sleep, not so amazing! Last night I took some photographs and even managed to grab a couple after midnight – which luckily means that I’m still keeping to the rules of the ‘Photo a Day’ challenge. Which I’m quite grateful of today as I don’t think I would be that inspired to photograph anything much!


So around 8pm yesterday, my parents were heading up to London as part of their work to pick up some bits and pieces. I decided to go with them, even though they cautioned me that they wouldn’t be back until after 2am. I didn’t realise how old I had got and how hard it would be to wake up at seven this morning!  However, it was worth it.




I got some ‘amazing’ shots – in my view because I didn’t have  a tripod to make anything look super good. London by night is absolutely beautiful and I was lucky enough to be near St Paul’s Cathedral which is stunning – and evening at one point, right below the famous ‘dome.’



6I can’t reveal why we were in London (not yet!) but there were some amazing things to be seen where we were and it was a fantastic atmosphere! Coming soon to a TV near you hopefully… (UK peoples!)





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