Hello – Welcome to WDEOD, a site full of Doris’ photographs!
Its purpose is to share the shots she took in her 50+ years of travel. I’m trying to do a post a film – so one tour may have many posts.
To see what I’ve put up so far, use the menu (three lines up there ↑ if you are on a phone or tablet) to go to a place or a year.
These slides were developed in November 1964 but presumably taken before as Kent is still looking green, not grey and dreary.
The main shots are in Bodiam Castle which is at one end of a steam railway that is very enjoyable.
A few unidentified shots – possibly in a village in the Cranbrook area.
The National Garage is no more – the buildings now house a bespoke furniture makers.
This may well be the interior of St Peter’s Newenden
There were a series of photos of Doris’ friends in Wallingham Surrey of which this one had the nicest garden shot.
Finally, presumably to use up the film, Doris took this at sunset of Parliament. Look how calm the Thames is.