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Many thanks, it was right time, right place, and with a camera! In fact it is a walk I do all year so I have seen the view very many times, but only once looking so interesting.


It's my best guess of the general area. It was taken in May of 1989 at a farm/tea house, while on our way from Stanway House to Harwell Village in Oxfordshire. (I've removed the Harwell piece as it was misleading). Thanks

Dear Sue,

Many thanks for your message. Sorty to say that I do not want to join your Facebook group. However, I am happy to let you use any of my photios that are on Google Earth/Panoramino that would be useful to you.

I am in Aston Somerville.

Best wishes, Graham

Many thanks for the prompt. I think the church is either San Bernado or St. Bernadus, but the buildings which are behind and to the side are the convent. So I have modified the title of the photo. I hope this is now correct.

Many thanks


Many thanks, It was quite a special place, we were scanning the river for Blue Ducks. We failed to see one, but the journey along the Rolling River Valley was marvelous.

Thank you for your message. There are some very attractive churches on Bonaire. I tried to photograph them all.

Dear Tanya,

Many thanks for the explanation, very ingenious. I am a recently retired academic biologist and I know exactly what you mean about data dredging, it is quite rife in some parts of ecology and behavioural science. There is often a tendency to just measure everything and hope that the stats. will allow something of significance to pop out. There is nothing better than an properly constructed hypothesis that is then tested . I had a lot of trouble getting students to say what their hypothesis was and then once that was done we could set about thinking what needed to be measured and what stats tests would be useful. So I pleased to help.

All best


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