2013 Review – Part 3: January-April

I’ve scheduled this post to appear on Christmas morning, though Christmas day is the day in the year I’m least likely to turn a computer on. And any pictures I take are probably going to be family pictures that won’t appear on-line. Christmas Greetings to all readers of >Re:PHOTO. I hope you have a good day. And wouldn’t it be great if there were fewer things next year that we need to protest about. 

Continuing my review of my work – around 120,000 exposures – from 2013, these are some of my personal favourites from the year from my landscape format images which form the bulk of my work. The captions link to the stories from which the pictures come – and in a few cases there are two pictures from the same event.  One of the two pictures from the march to save Whittington Hospital is of the remarkable Hetty Bower, then 107, who died aged 108 in November.


Pussy Riot London Solidarity Demonstration

Anti-fascist Solidarity Against Golden Dawn

Save Lewisham Hospital


Waltham Forest Milad-Un-Nabi Procession

Friern Barnet Library Victory Celebration

Poulters Pancake Race

Shaker Aamer – 11 Years in Guantanamo

Thames Path Greenwich Partly Open

Reclaim Love Valentines Party

Fuel Poverty Rally & DAN Roadblock

Hillingdon Marches Against Cuts


Fukushima 2nd Anniversary

Jackie Nanyonjo Murdered by UKBA

Whittington Hospital March Against Cuts

Syria – Two Years Fight for Freedom

Budget Day Protest against Cuts & Austerity

Barnet Spring – Save Local Democracy

Barnet Spring – Save Local Democracy


Who wants to evict a Millionaire?

Outlaw Caste Discrimination

Stand Off at Venezuelan Embassy

Gurkhas Call for equal treatment

March of the Beekeepers

To be continued….


My London Diary : Buildings of London : River Lea/Lee Valley : London’s Industrial Heritage

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