Yves: later photos at 9 Derwent
You have already seen pictures of myself in 1961-1963 (here): here are some later ones!
1969. The gap between the early and the late sixties could be explained either by the absence of photo-sessions, or the fact that our stays in 64, 65, 66 etc. were considered routine... And perhaps there simply wasn't any camera at 9DR (anyone?) Below I can be seen with one, a sort of toy I had won at a local shop in Bonnebosq.
1971 with that crummy camera referred to.
Monsieur Père had bought me this balsa model, and I had spent part of my stay passionately building it, but the rubber band engine, when wound, broke the badly adjusted inner structure: it never flew!
1973 (see here)
1976, at Jane's, making popcorn. And the following one has a comment by Jane at the back!
The one below could be 1977 (in front of 66 Selbourne) - I had decided I'd wear a discarded pair of my Dad's sunglasses. He'd always get them VERY large, so as to shade as much of vision as possible!
And here's the effect my bad influence had on an unsuspecting cousin:
1980, fooling around in the park (more pictures of that stay here)
(above:) I was reading Death of a salesman, by Arthur Miller, which was on the syllabus of one of my undergraduate years. Perhaps this was after my "Cathedral tour" of England.
1985 the wedding party at 9 Derwent, see here)
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