Tim's One Photograph a Day

Newbury Pancake Race Battle.

Pancake Race. Today’s “One Photograph” was sort of handed to me on a plate. Well, frying pan, perhaps! We ha

Line of Bournemouth Beach Huts.

Beach Huts on the Prom. We had an appointment in Bournemouth today, so my target was in the town somewhere. I already had an i

G-EUPC Airbus A319-131 Flying over Hounslow.

G-EUPC Airbus. Visiting our daughter in Hounslow, there was a good chance today’s “One Photograph” would be

Rob Berry Blues in Broad Street Reading.

Rob Berry Blues Musician. Last time it was in Bournemouth Square. Today, walking down Reading’s Broad Street, familiar s

Red Kite in Flight.

Red Kite. The area around the eastern end of the Kennet & Avon Canal is popular Red Kite territory. It is not uncommon to

Aldermaston Church – St Mary the Virgin.

Aldermaston Church. In the midst of storm Doris, the sun managed to poke its way through the fast-moving clouds. Dark clouds w

Padworth Lock and Recycling Centre.

Recycling Centre Lights behind Padworth Lock. Second attempt at this shot – this time remembering to check the compositi

Night Train at Aldermaston.

Waiting for the Night Train. Having had a busy day, it was again evening by the time I got the opportunity for today’s p

Crane at Aldermaston Lifting out a Narrowboat.

Crane at Aldermaston. There are two ways of getting a boat out of the water. One is to float it into a dry dock, seal the door

Padworth Lock and Aldermaston Wharf in the Blue Hour.

Padworth Lock. Following on from yesterday’s shot, to the east of Aldermaston Wharf is Padworth Lock. Today has been qui

Sunset over Aldermaston Lock.

Aldermaston Lock. It is so nice to be back on the canal. Not on our boat, unfortunately, but on a hire boat. We are being put

Spring Crocus Blooms.

Purple Crocus. There is something special about the start of spring. The first vestiges of colour begin to break through the b

The Broad Street Independent Chapel, Reading.

Broad Street Independent Chapel, Reading. It is so easy to walk down a shopping street and not notice the clues to times gone

The Crowne Plaza Reading at Dusk.

Crowne Plaza Reading. Situated on the Thames by Caversham Bridge, the Crowne Plaza Reading is a three-storey building of a fai

Group Portrait for a Birthday.

Group Portrait. I was invited by our daughter to take some photographs at her friend’s daughter’s first birthday.

Crowne Plaza Reading Swimming Pool.

Swimming Pool. Ask and ye shall receive! Looking at the reflections in our hotel swimming pool, and having seen the online and

Macro Photography / Close up.

A Close up look with Macro Photography. Going very different today. Some time ago, I treated myself to a set of Macro Extensio

A Ghost Sign in Caversham.

Prospect House Ghost Sign. This is something which I find fascinating! A Ghost Sign is simply “an old hand-painted adver

River Thames at Dusk from Caversham Bridge.

Revisiting the Thames at Dusk. By now, you are probably getting to know I love night-time photography. Especially during the &

Lemonade Glass with Straw and Ice.

Black and White Lemonade Glass. Having been busy most of the day doing some other website work, time was running out to get to