Do they still do cakewalks? And why do they call them cakewalks?
It shouldn’t be this way.
“Where there is a lack of sanitation, human waste often returns to the environment untreated, affecting human health and degrading ecosystems.”
We should all be helping here.
….just not sure about this frozen lake…
The Reluctant Hero
My daughter and her daughters.
All my granddaughters – stacked up!
My grandson tries out a fighter pilot’s life raft at an airshow at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford yesterday. Looks quite cosy!
Approach with caution!
As promised, the colour version of this image….
I couldn’t decide whether this worked better in colour or monochrome and so colour version coming up soon…
All the fun of the fair!
Perhaps the most efficient way of moving grandchildren around….
Taken a long, long time ago…
Honeywell don’t make children….but if they did…
Cue Elton John’s record! My grandson takes a ride on a weapon of mass destruction…
My grandson tries his hand at signal intercept and code cracking at Bletchley Park
The children were suddenly afraid when the Mzungu pointed his camera at them. Although the children look petrified (and they were, for a moment!), they quickly settled down and became friendly with the funny looking English photographer who wasn’t, after all, going to eat them as the other children around suggested he might.
Grandson William tries to push 30 tonnes of steel out of the way….
Now that’s what I call a portrait shot!
Street kids (brother and sister) in Kampala, Uganda
Me and my daughter, Jenha, in 1979. I was the ‘Sparks’ on a Norwegian bulk carrier called the Borgness – a ship owned by Jebsens (UK) Limited. My daughter is now all grown up and has four daughters of her own!