Tim's One Photograph a Day

St Mary’s Church, Shaw-cum-Donnington, Newbury.

St Mary’s Church, Shaw. Shaw consists of the delightful settlement of the original village, which has now been absorbed

Newbury Town Bridge, Kennet & Avon Canal.

Newbury Town Bridge at Dusk. I decided to replicate a shot that I took nearly a year and a half ago. Perhaps my favourite subj

Chairoplanes and All the Fun of the Fair!

Chairoplanes. Going into Reading, there were signs to “Carters Steam Fair”. That was definite temptation for a pho

Monkey Marsh Turf Lock, Kennet & Avon Canal.

Monkey Marsh Turf Lock. A rather unusual Scheduled Ancient Monument today! Cruising back to Newbury, we pass through Monkey Ma

St Mary’s Church, Castle Street, Reading.

St Mary’s Church. We had gone into Reading today. Parking in Castle Street, we walked past St Mary’s Church. We ha

The Old Post Office, Ufton Nervet.

The Old Post Office. I had returned to Ufton Nervet, as it is quite an interesting little village. I was actually looking for

The Dog and Partridge, Ufton Nervet.

Former Dog and Partridge Pub. Walking round Ufton Nervet a while ago, I spotted a number of interesting features. Thankfully,

Ghost Sign: The Old Woolhampton Bakery.

Old Woolhampton Bakery. Woolhampton, for some reason, seems to have more than its fair share of Ghost Signs. Actually, for a s

East Window, St Peter’s Church, Brimpton.

East Window. Photographing stained glass windows in churches was a hobby of my father. You can understand why. The artwork and

The Historic Tooley’s Boatyard, Banbury.

Tooley’s Boatyard. Opened in 1790, Tooley’s Boatyard is believed to be the oldest continuously working dry dock in