Tim's One Photograph a Day

Daffodils on Broadwater Green, Worthing.

Daffodils. Continuing the spring theme, it was back to the same location as yesterday. Although many were still not even open,

Pickwick Crocuses on Broadwater Green, Worthing.

Pickwick Crocuses. After a few cloudy and miserable days, it was nice to have some sun to enjoy today. I am no expert in plant

CO-OP Petrol Station on The Boulevard.

CO-OP Petrol Station. Something a little different today. I have gone for a shot that would perhaps work as an advertising pos

A Mini Murmuration of Starlings in Durrington.

Murmuration of Starlings. When I set out this evening to take my photograph of the day, this was not what I had expected! I cr

Looking out to Sea on Worthing Beach.

Worthing Beach. On a windswept day like today, this is not the first location that springs to mind! But, this captures the ess

Roof detail at Shoreham-by-Sea Station.

Shoreham-by-Sea Station. Modern railway stations rarely have the style or features of the historic ones. Even then, many have

The Barlow Theatre – Home of Oldbury Rep.

The Barlow Theatre, Langley. Langley is a small village that is part of the Oldbury conurbation. Not somewhere you expect to f

The Black Country Living Museum – Location for Peaky Blinders.

Black Country Living Museum. An unusual view of a familiar location. Being moored on the canal outside, we can see this angle

Pitchfork Bridge, Birmingham Old Main Line Canal, Tipton.

Pitchfork Bridge.   This is a scene which is nothing special to look at in the daytime, but is transformed by the colours

Mad O’Rourkes – The Pie Factory, Tipton.

Mad O’Rourkes. This is one of those destinations you just have to go to if you are in the Tipton area – especially

The Sunset after Storm Dennis.

Sunset. This is almost exactly the same view as last night, although bringing in a bit more of the surroundings. The water is

The Gathering Clouds of Storm Dennis.

Storm Dennis. Over the last couple of days and nights, we have been treated to very heavy rain and strong gusts of wind. It ha

Swans on the Birmingham Old Main Line, Tividale.

Swans. The Birmingham Old Main Line Canal looks rather different to the shot from a couple of days ago. Storm Dennis is doing

Valentine’s Day Glass of Red Wine.

Red Wine. I thought it would be good to record something to represent Valentine’s Day. A special meal of Roast Duck sala

Birmingham Old Main Line, Tividale.

Tividale on the BCN. Moving outside from where last night’s photograph was taken, this is the wide expanse of the Birmin

Mooring in Tividale Quays / Dudley Port Basin.

Tividale Quays. Historically, this was Dudley Port Basin. An industrial area, where working boats would have been loaded and u

Remains of the Oldbury Branch Line.

Oldbury Branch Line Remains. Sometimes, railway lines are ripped up as soon as they are closed. Others, seem to hang on for no

The Palace Cinema, Cinderford, Forest of Dean.

Palace Cinema, Cinderford. Final shot from the Forest of Dean. On our last visit, the bus service ran through to where we were

Sheward’s Shop, Parkend, Forest of Dean.

Sheward’s Shop, Parkend. With Storm Ciara promising its worst today, I decided not to take the camera out! Instead, toda

The River Severn from Lydney Harbour.

River Severn. I was spoilt for choice today. Having been offered a lift to Lydney Harbour so I could look around and take some