At the end of a perfect day

Sunset by Anne-Marie Barber
Sunset by Anne-Marie Barber

I make no apologies for featuring another of my daughter’s photographs, taken on the way home from school.

When she emailed this to me I instantly thought of a vinyl LP we used to play quite often. You can see the similarity in the sky and the title sums it up completely.

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By John Barber

John Barber was born in London at the height of the UK Post War baby boom. He had careers in Advertising, International Banking and the Wine Industry before becoming Town Centre Manager in his home town of Hertford. He has been writing professionally since 1996 when he began to contribute articles to magazines on social and local history. His first published book in 2002 was a non-fiction work entitled The Camden Town Murder, a hitherto unsolved murder case from 1907.