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I am married to Spiderbaby and live in Banbury, Oxfordshire after eight years living in the USA and Sweden. I am working and training as a clinical scientist for the NHS in Oxford.

There are now over ten years of photographs on my blog! It all started with a photograph I took on the 1st of May 2004... It's been a wonderful journey, thank you all who have shared it with me, and made this blogging community one I keep coming back to!

Interesting things I read recently:

"Only one in five people born [in the UK] since 1975 believes in God".
Source: Prof David Voas, University of Essex

"For every dollar invested in the Human Genome project, $141 was returned to the US economy". Francis Collins, NIH
Source: New Scientist 27 July 2013.

I am Pavlovs_dog on PSN and would be happy to link up with Playstation-owning mobloggers : )

Too Much Information: The first album I ever bought was the Fraggle Rock soundtrack. Pretty cool, eh? I was only 16 : )

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Pilgrim monument, Provincetown MA

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Blue skies at the cape

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Cape Cod: The bended arm

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Waterfire @ Providence on 11th of Sept

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Sombre music and lots of people visiting the Sept 11th memorial in Providence. Despite the funerial air to the whole thing, a good time was had by all!

...because the dead walk!

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But bumbling zombies and vampires can't climb fences it seems.
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Fort DUMPling

Fort Wetherill State Park, Jamestown RI (also known as Fort Dumpling, oddly).

Currently in a state of anarchic and colourful disrepair.

New England Lobster Bake, CT

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The chef explained how the native Americans taught the settlers how to cook the lobsters (poor things) on a bed of seaweed with very hot rocks. Alas the puritans would not enjoy their lobster with wine. Fools.