Monthly Archives: June 2016

Sober Reflections on the British Democratic Process

People may be aware that we, in the UK, have just recently gone through a referendum, that has resulted in a decision to leave the European Union, a bureaucratic and economic process that will take two years to complete. Although … Continue reading

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Zoo Time

When I was a child . . . about 10 years old . . . I wanted to grow up to be a zoo keeper. Not a famous naturalist, you understand, or the director of an internationally-acclaimed zoo, but a … Continue reading

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Many a Slip Between Gender and Reality!

I heard a rather telling reply to an interview question, on the part of a spokesperson from the food giant, Unilever. He was responding to a question about the recent decision by Unilever to not use gender stereotypes in their … Continue reading

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A Blind Man in the Land of Zen in Colour

Here are the original colour photographs that were published in black and white in my book A Blind Man in the Land of ZenI.                        

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