Wind Turbine at Shoreham Port.
Wind Turbine. A modern version of the windmill, standing tall and slim on Shoreham Beach. This Wind Turbine is one of a pair s
The Adur Ferry Bridge, Shoreham-by-Sea.
Adur Ferry Bridge at Night. Back to my favourite. Long Exposure photography. Today’s image is of the Adur Ferry Bridge a
Passionflower or Passiflora.
Passionflower. Getting towards the end of the day, and I still hadn’t got my photo. My wife spotted this passionflower g
The Disused Rewley Road Swing Bridge.
Rewley Road Swing Bridge. The Sheepwash Channel links the Oxford Canal with the Thames. The Rewley Road Swing Bridge used to c
The Jericho District of Oxford.
Jericho, Oxford. One time a run down and undesirable area of Oxford. More recently, Jericho has seen an increase in favour, an
The Site of the Former Oxford Canal Basin.
Oxford Canal Basin. It is hard to believe that this site was once the scene of bustling activity. Boats being loaded and unloa
The Sheepwash Channel from the Thames.
Sheepwash Channel. There are two links between the Oxford Canal and the Thames. Dukes Cut, to the north, and this, the delight
Motorbike Scrambling in Abingdon.
Motorbike Scrambling. Once again, not a photograph I expected to be posting today! We saw this motorbike scrambling shortly af
Water Cyclist on the Thames!
Water Cyclist. I had already taken my photograph of the day. Then I saw this water cyclist and, of course, this just had to ta
Wallingford at Dusk.
Wallingford on the Thames. Moving further upstream on the Thames. Tonight, after a fairly miserable day, the weather brightene
Tributes to George Michael Outside his Goring House.
Tributes to George Michael. We have arrived in Goring-on-Thames. I walked around the village taking many photographs. On leavi
Pair of Cormorants.
Cormorants. They say the two key factors in wildlife photography are luck and patience. I was definitely lucky with this shot
No Stopping in Reading on the River Kennet.
No Stopping in Reading for Shopping! I have mentioned before that boaters appear not to be welcome in Reading. This is a prime
Warwick Castle, River Avon.
Warwick Castle. Today’s photograph is looking along the River Avon towards Warwick Castle. There happened to be “d
Drayton Manor Canal Bridges.
Drayton Manor. Boaters are quite familiar with this rather ornate bridge at Drayton Manor on the Birmingham & Fazeley Cana
The Birmingham & Fazeley Canal.
Boats Moored at Fazeley. Boaters know a different geography of the country. Fazeley is well known amongst the fraternity, wher
Reading’s Lost Coley Branch Railway Line.
Preserved Remains of the Coley Branch. Google Maps satellite view is quite a good way of spotting old railway lines. This was
Rose Hips against the Sky.
Rose Hips. There are loads of these beautiful red fruits around here. These Rose Hips are a glorious blaze of colour in the gr
Illumination of the River Kennet.
Illumination. Since we have been back at Fobney Lock, Thames Water have been lighting up the area! I decided to capture this i
Boaters are Unwelcome in Reading.
Unwelcome in Reading. Most towns embrace the canal or river nowadays. Not so here, it seems. Boaters appear to be rather unwel