Problems, Problems, Problems

So I’ve been having a lot of issues with the hosting service of this website, such that it seems I can only add one image at a time to a blog post. This is unacceptable to me, and has been a struggle for some time. So this may be the last post on this website, or at least with the hosting service of Lunarpages.

I might transfer to a new hosting service, based in the UK, or I may just use a different medium like Flickr.

As the contract with Lunarpages doesn’t expire until November 2019, I have some time to do some proper research and decide where to host, or what medium to use.

I’ve had my own website for over 10 years, so it seems a shame to have to close it down because of the inability of the hosting service, so I’ll have so see what I decide over the next few weeks/months.

So this might be Bye, or it might be see you later…

Desborough Island Walk

Desborough Island is a 112-acre (0.45 km2) manmade island in the River Thames on the reach above Sunbury Lock in Surrey, England. It was formed in the 1930s by the digging of a channel – the Desborough Cut – by the Thames Conservancy as a meander cutoff of narrow width on the right bank. The island and cut are named after Lord Desborough, a chairman of the Thames Conservancy.