Tim's One Photograph a Day


Former Convent, George Street, Wolverhampton

Former Convent, George Street, Wolverhampton. This glorious Grade II Listed building, built around 1860, is in the rather sple

Mount Bethel Baptist Church, St Georges Parade, Wolverhampton.

Mount Bethel Baptist Church, Wolverhampton. This road has clearly seen much change over the years. This, the former Salvation

St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton.

St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton. Apparently, this is the oldest place in Wolverhampton. It is believed to ha

Darlington Street Methodist Church, Wolverhampton.

Darlington Street Methodist Church, Wolverhampton. Wolverhampton has its fair share of grand buildings, and this one is no exc

Evening Sun on George Street, Wolverhampton.

George Street, Wolverhampton. Back to the street scene again – this time the other side of the City. The church in the d

The Former St George’s Church, Wolverhampton.

St George’s Church, Wolverhampton. You may notice a remarkable similarity to St John’s posted a couple of days ago

St John’s Church in the Square, Wolverhampton.

St John’s Church, Wolverhampton. This rather splendid building dates back to 1758. It now stands proudly very close to t

The Former Fryer Street Synagogue, Wolverhampton

Former Wolverhampton Synagogue. Usually, I don’t find it difficult to identify the original use of a building. This one

St Thomas’ Church, Wednesfield on Mothering Sunday.

St Thomas’ Church. With the current Coronavirus outbreak, life has changed considerably. “Mothering Sunday”,

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

Wallingford at Dusk.

Wallingford on the Thames. Moving further upstream on the Thames. Tonight, after a fairly miserable day, the weather brightene

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

View of West Mills Newbury.

From the Swing Bridge at West Mills, Newbury. This is another of those fairly timeless views. West Mills Newbury, as viewed fr

The Bells of St Nicolas.

Bells in the Bell Tower. I am really spoilt for choice today. I have been up the tower of St Nicholas Church, Newbury. So many

St Nicolas, Newbury – The Parish Church.

St Nicolas, Newbury. Once again, a classic example of ill-placed street furniture. When will town planners learn? I am sure it

The Old Chapel, Greenham Common Airbase.

Old Chapel, Greenham Common. Greenham Common Airbase became well-known for its controversial US Air Base housing Cruise Missil

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

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

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

West Mills Swing bridge, Kennet & Avon Canal, Newbury.

West Mills Swing Bridge, Newbury. The Kennet & Avon Canal is known for its heavy locks and swing bridges. West Mills Swing