Monthly Archives: April 2014

Seen from the school run April 24 2014

Here’s a view I took of the Clump from the afternoon school run on my phone. There’s a fantastic row of beech trees at Kingswood School looking our across Primrose Farm. The Klump is often such an unmistakeable and stark … Continue reading

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15 April: Matt’s moonshot photo (& the story behind it)

Here’s Matt’s moonshot story (see also “How hard can it be?” and “Propitious date & time 15 April”): A trial run the night before made me realise that I was going to be out of position and unlike William I … Continue reading

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Bonnie: Kelston at the end of a rainbow

Now we’ve got round to announcing the photography competition perhaps it’s a good time to share this: Kelston hill at the end of a rainbow by BonnieMari Stunning: a bit science fiction, a bit folk-magic, perfectly placed. Unrepeatable. It came … Continue reading

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Taking good photos: how hard can it be? Tue 15 April part 1

So…what happened on the night of Tue 15 April, the date forecast by Matt Prosser as propitious for seeing the Klump silhouetted against a full moon?  Here’s George’s and my story. My mate George Blake and I headed out to … Continue reading

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Photography competition: deadline 9 Aug 2014

Kelston Roundhill is celebrated in songs poems and pictures. It also has a special resonance in photography. We’ve received some terrific photos of the Klump this year so we’ve decided to declare a photography competition. First prize kindly donated by … Continue reading

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