Newbury Wharf at Dusk.
Newbury Wharf. Today is a familiar location, but viewed from a different angle. This is looking at Newbury Wharf, from the som
Cruising the Kennet & Avon Canal.
Canal Boat Cruising. Not the best of weather but, for a seasoned narrowboater, a beautiful day nonetheless. Today we have been
60163 Tornado – Steam Train through Thatcham.
Steam Train. The subject of this morning’s photograph was decided very early on! It was also totally unplanned. It all s
Woodpecker in a Pole.
Woodpecker. I had today’s photograph sorted early on. Until someone told me there was a woodpecker nesting in a wooden p
Thatcham Visitor Moorings at Dusk.
Thatcham Visitor Moorings. It is very similar to the shot The Mission on the Canal. However, tonight’s image of the That
The Radio Interview Today.
Radio Interview. Today, BBC Radio Berkshire visited the Boats of Hope at the Thatcham Visitor Moorings near Thatcham Railway S
Low Level View of the River Kennet.
Canal Boats on the River Kennet. Living on a narrowboat gives the opportunity to get some unique shots. Like this one of the R
Thatcham Station at Dusk.
Thatcham Station. I was hoping for something more illuminated than a freight train for this shot of Thatcham Station at dusk!
A Horse named Splash.
Horse. This, apparently, is Splash. Not quite what you would expect to see in a Community Centre in the middle of a housing es
Crane at Newbury Racecourse.
The Crane. Taking a walk around Newbury Racecourse this evening, I went past a large development. This crane caught my eye. St
The Mission on the Canal.
The Mission. This part of the Kennet & Avon Canal is the River Kennet. Although the water looks still in this photo, there
Musician in the Orchestra Pit.
Orchestra Pit. We have been to see “Legally Blonde” today. A performance by the Hinchley Manor Operatic Society. O
Stormy Sunset in Thatcham.
Stormy Sunset. This was not what I was planning for today’s photograph. Today, we were cruising on the boat to Thatcham.
Litten Chapel, Newbury – St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
Litten Chapel, Newbury. Dedicated to St Leonard, patron saint for childbirth and midwives, Litten Chapel, Newbury, was origina
Lovely Weather for Ducks!
Ducks. Today there has been more rain in some areas than there normally is in the whole month. So, ducks were an appropriate s
Centre of Town: Griffins Butchers, Newbury.
Griffins Butchers, Newbury. The Red and White stripes used to be a familiar sight in many towns. Griffins Butchers, Newbury, i
Rear of Newbury Police Station at Night.
Newbury Police Station. Hidden behind the trees is the not particularly pretty aspect of the rear of Newbury Police Station. T
Gosling Having a Wash!
Gosling. I was somewhat spoilt for choice today. I hadn’t intended a wildlife photo shoot. Nor had I expected to get a
A Field of Rape.
Rape. Driving through the West Berkshire countryside every morning, I get to see these wonderful rape fields. This is the chan
Jack of Newbury’s Former House.
Jack of Newbury’s House. In the 16th Century, John Winchcombe was a wealthy clothier. His fortune was made from produce