This is me on the train on the way home, having realised I forgot to take any pics while actually on the shoot. Darn.

We had a good day, though extreme winds prevented us from working outside, which was a shame. We were in Haddiscoe, a pretty little village in South Norfolk, where someone has submitted plans to create a gravel pit within a stone’s throw of an old Church. The environmental impact would be severe.

You can read more about the issue here:

Tony Tomkinson’s Blog

And you can read more about the content of the filming at the Cllr 2.0 blog.

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  1. thanks, I went over to Haddiscoe this morning but the light was not nearly as good as last evening, took a few pics, but I think they will be flat. If we get some sun this weekend I will have another go.


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