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Ah Monday, the dreaded day!
Today I arose to another beautiful sunny spring day, a little reluctantly (I was up working til 3am last night) but this glorious weather spurred me on I and threw on my garments for the day. Now that the skies are looking bluer and the suns been making an appearance I couldn't turn down the opportunity to ditch the black and opt for this vintage yellow Brownies jumper and navy blue bandana combo. A bit of a mix of subcultures too!
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One of the things I love about my job is the variety. I get access to people, places and experiences I wouldn’t ordinarily see, one such case is Penny Hill Wind Farm located on farm land between junctions 31 and 32 of the M1 motorway close to the village of Ulley. Love them, or hate read more »
Leppings Lane behind Sheffield Wednesday football stadium was closed off for a period on Tuesday after Sheffield council workmen discovered what they believed to be an unexploded bomb from the second world war. read more »
A peek at our vacation.
Some photos are from Jani's camera.
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When you save up for the entire year to go on holiday you want it to be one you remember for the rest of your life. It means the holiday has to live up to your expectations, but you also have to remember every little detail. One of the easiest ways you can do this [...] read more »
A man has been charged with murder after the death of a 3 year old girl in Sheffield. An ambulance was called to a house on Beck Road Shiregreen Sheffield read more »
Goodbye 2012, you've been wonderful to me!
Spent new years eve with the people I love and a belly full of wine. The backyard had a great view of the fireworks and I stood there, at the crack of midnight, watching as the sky lit up and the final moments of 2012 slowly slipped by.
The photos did not do justice to the scene.
Our new year spread, some of which we helped make!
Friends and family celebrating the start of what might be an even more wonderful year.
Photos by Camille Jun Rodriguez
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Our Bicol trip in photographs.
We stayed at the Azaña beach house in Dolo. This is the view as you walk along the shore.
The Basilica's stained glass windows. The Basilica also houses the Lady of Peñafrancia.
Meet the newest member of the Azaña kin!
The beautiful view from the beach house.
The place where my father used to live, an avenue now named after my grandfather.
Dolo is a small town 30 minutes away from Goa, Camarines Sur. This is another photo of the sea side.
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