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Ten Random Photos of 2012

In roughly chronological order

Such has been the massive exodus from Facebook that I am forced to return to my previous practice of sharing random photographs via this platform. I suppose it’s just as well, as it will assure relatives in other places that I am actually alive. Keen observers will note that there are, in fact, more than ten photos, but nevermind. Apologies for the lack of explanation and the occasional in-joke (that’s in-joke… with a ‘Y’).

Burns Supper, Fulham.

Reunion of Scottish University Students, outside the Brompton Oratory.

Me and Johnny at Lourdes.

Downtown Beirut.

Nightclub, Beirut.

Party chez Jabre in the Lebanese mountains.

Marian procession, Malta pilgrimage, Walsingham. (Photo: Stephanie Kalber)

Autumn Drinks afterparty (disaster!) & Chabrouh fundraiser the next night.

Anastasia’s birthday.

A midwinter night’s run-into on the KR.

Yuletide, the West Country (…with a ‘Y’).

The Photo of 2012: Don Finiano convinces our favourite Member of Parliament to try out his new motorbike.

This post was published on Sunday, January 20th, 2013 8:05 pm. It has been categorised under Errant Thoughts Photos.
Comments
  1. 21 January 2013
    11:03 am

    The cleric in the middle of the party chez jabre picture looks awfully like Fr David Irwin, my parish priest in North London a few years back.

  2. L Gaylord Clark
    21 January 2013
    3:00 pm

    “Massive exodus from Facebook”. What splendid news. But do please explain it to those of us who have never frequented its mysterious pages.

  3. Andrew Cusack
    21 January 2013
    7:13 pm

    JohnOS: That is indeed Fr Irwin, a fine priest and a sterling chap, who joined us in Lebanon for one of the weeks we were there.

    Mr Clark: Facebook is a myth invented by the media. I happen to be in on the conspiracy.

  4. 7 May 2013
    2:44 pm

    I’ll face a book any day. But Facebook? Is this like that terrible term facetime?

  5. 7 May 2013
    2:49 pm

    …and nice photos too…the ‘Reunion of Scottish University Students’ has to be the most radical seven-member musical band around these days.

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