Pigeons Lock 39 and Accommodation Bridge 213.
Looking Under the Bridge to Pigeons Lock 39. Take away the dog bin, and the modern signage, this shot is almost timeless. This
Thrupp Village Visitor Moorings.
Thrupp, Oxfordshire. Another place that is well-known to the canal community, but not so well known generally. This is Thrupp,
Heron Waiting to Pounce.
Heron. Cruising along the canal, you get to see all sorts of wildlife. Today, this Heron flew off from the bank, and straight
Lawrence of Arabia’s House, Polstead Road, Oxford.
Lawrence of Arabia’s House. Blue plaques on buildings have their uses! Otherwise, I would not have known this used to be
Autumn on the Oxford Canal.
Autumn Colours. We are moored right at the far southern end of the Oxford Canal. Almost in the centre of the city. Yet, here i
Dusk in High Street, Oxford.
High Street, Oxford. A main road in Oxford. Busy with cars and buses. The light is fading, and we have the “Blue Hour
Long Exposure in George Street, Oxford.
Dusk in George Street, Oxford. We are back in Oxford. I have gone out at dusk this evening, and taken a few shots in George St
Bench with a View.
Bench Overlooking Shoreham Airport. This spot is in a quiet location on the South Downs. Yet this bench, in an Area of Outstan
The River Adur in Shoreham, at Dusk.
River Adur & Ferry Bridge. The bridge is Ferry Bridge, featured a couple of days ago. It connects the town of Shoreham-by-
Coast Café on Worthing Seafront.
Coast Café. This is part of the seafront scene in Worthing, to the east of the pier. Coast Café is in an attractive flint bu
St Mary de Haura, Shoreham, at Dusk.
St Mary de Haura. Floodlit in the centre of Shoreham-by-Sea is the ancient Parish Church of St Mary de Haura. Dating back to t