Chatsworth House, July 31st 2011


Written by Duncan Foster Tuesday, 02 August 2011 05:59

I have been getting used to my new camera recently, a Sony NEX-5. I took it with me to Chatsworth House last Sunday, and had a bit of a play with it. K also had a bit of fun. They had a dressing up room in Chatsworth, where you could try out a selection of period costumes. They also had a Steinway grand piano, which K asked if she could play, and they said yes. When I work out how to convert the videos the camera produces, I will put some video footage up as well, although she did ask me to point out she was sight reading the music they provided.



Qatar & Dubai, July 2011


Written by Duncan Foster Monday, 11 July 2011 11:25

A few photos from a work trip to Qatar and Dubai in July, 2011



Photos of Lizie


Last Updated on Friday, 02 November 2012 06:45 Written by Duncan Foster Sunday, 03 April 2011 11:35

General Photos for her sale



Singapore & Malaysia, 2011


Last Updated on Saturday, 05 March 2011 19:45 Written by Duncan Foster Wednesday, 02 March 2011 06:27

We had a few days holiday to use up, so decided to have a trip to Singapore and Malaysia. After much research on the web, and reading of guide books, we settled on flying into Singapore, catching the bus up to Kuala Lumpur, then from there to the Cameron Highlands. After a couple days in the highlands we planned to catch the bus to Lumut and from there a ferry to the island of Pulau Pangkor, and then, after returning to Lumut, going back to Singapore on the bus, via Malacca.

We knew we didn't have time to do it properly, as we only had a 12 day trip, and flying out and back would take two of those days. Having visited, though, we know we want to go back and do it properly. It really is a wonderful part of the world.


Vienna, 2011


Last Updated on Thursday, 03 February 2011 20:41 Written by Duncan Foster Thursday, 03 February 2011 20:32

K and I went to Vienna for my bithday. It started out as a cheap long weekend away, but then we found there was a ball at the Hofburg (what was the Emporer's palace, and is now the official residence of the President of Austria), so we decided to glam it up. K packed a ballgown in her rucksack, and I packed my tux in mine, and we waltzed (well, K waltzed, I shuffled) the night away. As we had our posh clothes with us we went to the opera the next day, and watched The Magic Flute in the Vienna State Opera building, which is where it was first produced. Then, back to our normal lives, we had a day attempting to ski, with mixed results. I never got his name, but thanks to the Austrian chap who got fed up of watching me wuss around at the top of the slope, and gave me a good push with the advice 'don't be so scared', and sent me off down the slope.


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