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Friday 25 May 2012: It's a Scorcher.

Roggy is really feeling the heat so we took her down to Teddington Lock. Theres little beach type stretches all along where she can paddle (and swim! Shock!). She wanted the ducks but was never going to get out further than 10ft before panic sets in.
Coincidentally as we were down below the bridge by the lock the Police turned up above us from both sides... 2 on foot from one side and one from the other side. They were looking down at us the whole time. In all honesty I didn't think anything of it. But Shelly seemed to think they were there to see what we were doing. They did leave at the same time we did. Are Big cameras really that much of a security risk? Do they not realise that I don't have the zoom that a little point and shoot has? I cant make any serious terror plots or plans with an 18-35mm lens.
Seems the photographer is most definitely someone to be monitored. In a country that is the most heavily viewed by cctv it amuses me the panic someone with a camera can cause.

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