The majority of these photographs were taken on local ponds and waterways.Details
A few artistic images that captured my heart and my eyeDetails
A passion I would like to explore in more detail somedayDetails
Familiar visitors to my garden in all seasonsDetails
A few images captured while out and aboutDetails
Design and buildings old and newDetails
Capturing the beauty of natureDetails
To inspire the heart and soulDetails
I have been Spacebabyuk since 1996, In the past twenty years I have raised a family, created my own e-commerce site and graduated from university.
It's like you're screaming, and no one can hear
You almost feel ashamed that someone could be that important, that without them, you feel like nothing.
No one will ever understand how much it hurts, you feel hopeless; like nothing can save you.
And when it's over, and it's gone, you almost wish that you could have all that bad stuff back...
...So that you could have the good.
My Star Trek Voyager Fanfiction featuring a romance between Captain Janeway and Lieutenant Paris.
An attempt at entering the creative writing world, in fact 'The accident' was published in a local paper.
An archive of my favourite Star Trek quotes by series, Film and the quirks of Dr M'Coy.
The muses of my youth recorded and saved for posterity. Not the most inspiring odes but some made it into anthologies around the world.
Collection of my Star Trek teddy bears and aliens autographed over the years by the actors who play the characters they represent.
My life as a blog. This is a blog of my trials and tribulations as a bus passenger
This is my gran Florence she was born at the end of the 1800’s when England had a king and a womens place was in kitchen. Two world wars changed all that though, her husband Reginald Walter List fought and surviced both. Including escaping Dunkirk in 1940 and getting his feet wet again on D-day in 1944. You cant tell from this picture but she had one leg shorter than the other after surving polio when she was 6 years old She had nine children including my dad Thomas who spent his war years in the lancashire mines digging coal.
This is my mum Christina Miles she was born in March 1944, three months before her dad Stanley Miles, a member of field marshal Montgomery’s desert rats re-joined his tank division to liberate Belgium and the Netherlands. Actually if he had not been wounded in Italy and sent home early my mum a ‘leave baby’ would never have been born. She was a young girl in Germany when the Berlin wall was built and im glad to say she lived long enough to see it come down again. she also saw Queen Elizabeth II coronated and England win the world cup. She married on her birthday in 1962 and had 4 children.
I would like to say I was born in peace time but my geography lessons included Vietnam, Korea, Palestine, Northern Ireland, the Falkland’s and Iraq. They sent Men to the moon when I was a year old and 12 years later I watched the first space shuttle take off. In 1977 when I was nine Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her silver jubilee, Star Wars was released on the public and Elvis died.
In 1998 I gave birth to my fourth daughter and in 2015 I graduated from University.