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Eating an ice cream cone on a summer beach is a simple delight, it doesn't taste the same if the sun isn't shining. So with the passing of summer, we'll have to wait a few months to enjoy the frosty sweetness again, and to capture images like these.
A picture from a trip to Canada, but where's the mountain, the lake, the forest or the bear? Well, we were in Jasper and discovered that some of the best coffee in town was served in the launderette. This just happened to be the day a religious community came to do their washing. (more pics of mountains, lakes, forests and bears

Thames Cruise on the Southern Belle with the Kingston Chamber

A sunny, summer morning and breakfast on the River Thames – got to be better than a bacon sarnie in the office. More pics.

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Funny Vicar Opens Event

Vicars were the original stand-up comedians. Where else could you go to make people laugh before the invention of the Open Mic night? 
Rev. Jeff Williams of St.Mary's in Twickenham did a great turn as he officially opened the Richmond Art Society exhibition at the Landmark in Teddington.
Here he is blowing blessing on the pictures.

Journalism Awards Ceremony 

 Being lauded by your peers is a wonderful thing, (I’d imagine) but nerve-wracking to go up on stage in front of them to receive an award. Here are some nervous medical journalists.

Image credit: Cindy Sherman

Cindy Sharman - who is she really?

A fascinating exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, Sherman's work is brilliantly executed and really challenging on how the female image is manipulated by the media, mostly for commercial gain. The exhibition, which closes on 15th Sept explores the development of her work from the mid-1970s to the present day and features around 150 works.

The Gallery says; "focusing on the artist’s manipulation of her own appearance and her deployment of material derived from a range of cultural sources, including film, advertising and fashion, the show explores the tension between façade and identity." 

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