Tim's One Photograph a Day

Wharf Cottages, Aldermaston, at Dusk.

Wharf Cottages, Aldermaston. This is a very pleasant terrace just by the Swing Bridge. I have taken this shot of Wharf Cottage

The Angel, Woolhampton at Night.

The Angel, Woolhampton. One of two remaining pubs in the village. This is the Angel, Woolhampton, on the main A4 road, seen he

Houses of Parliament – Westminster Palace.

Houses of Parliament from above. We stayed in London overnight, at a Premier Inn Hub. Wonderful concept, and so cheap! Today,

Half a Sixpence at the Noël Coward Theatre.

Half a Sixpence. Complete change today. We have been in the West End. To the theatre, to see Half a Sixpence before it closes

Green Veined White Butterfly on Buddleia.

Green Veined White Butterfly. Today we went to the Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham. Based around a lake, which is teeming

Skew Railway Bridge, Kennet & Avon Canal.

Skew Railway Bridge. Today’s photograph marks a minor milestone for us. Cruising under this skew railway bridge, we are

The Old London Apprentice, Newbury

Old London Apprentice at Dusk. With the evenings beginning to draw in, I can start enjoying my dusk photography again. Today I

Mosaic on Newbury Subway.

Attractive Mosaic. Sometimes you find the most unexpected things in the most unexpected places. Like this mosaic, in a Newbury

Prototype Brown Boveri Gas Turbine 18000.

Brown Boveri Gas Turbine GWR/BR 18000. Having gone to the Didcot Steam Railway Centre today, you might expect a photo of a ste

Padlocks, or “Love Locks”.

Padlocks on Bridge. A recent trend has been for loving couples to place padlocks onto bridges. There to express undying love f

c1500 Medieval/Town Timber Framed Building.

Historic Timber Framed Building. Sometimes, the interesting treasures are hidden. This timber framed building is one. Located

Ripples on the River.

Rain Ripples. There’s only one thing to do when it is pouring down with rain, and you haven’t taken the photograph

The Former Newbury Picture Palace.

Newbury Picture Palace. Just south of the Methodist Church (which can just be glimpsed to the right) is the former Newbury Pic

Bridges Across the Tyne from the Train.

Bridges Across the Tyne. Today’s photograph was taken on the journey home. We are in Newcastle, viewing some of the Brid

Avoch Harbour, Black Isle.

View across Avoch Harbour. This was taken fairly early morning. Similar to an old photo in the hotel we were staying in. A sho

Fortrose Cathedral in the “Black Isle”.

The Ruins of Fortrose Cathedral. Not the photograph I was expecting to take today! In fact, I didn’t realise that Fortro

Dunrobin Castle Station on the Far North Line.

Main Building, Dunrobin Castle Station. As stations go, this one is something rather different from the norm. Dunrobin Castle

The John O’Groats Inn.

The Hotel at John O’Groats. Today was something of a disappointment. On several counts. Not least the rain. The first co

The Ruins of Thurso Castle.

Thurso Castle Caithness. There is something rather evocative about a ruin. Particularly when you photograph it in Black and Wh

Thurso Harbour at Dusk.

Long Exposure of Thurso Harbour. Today we have taken the train to the most northerly station on the network. Today’s pho