Tim's One Photograph a Day


Cakes at the Good Food Show.

The Cakes Stall. Today we’ve been to the BBC Good Food at the NEC. Lots of things to photograph, but I have chosen this

The Famous Braunston Turn.

Braunston Turn. Heading south from Rugby, we have arrived at the famous Braunston Turn. An iconic junction, made more famous b

Fenny Compton Tunnel – That Isn’t!

Fenny Compton Tunnel. The Oxford Canal on the whole winds its way through the countryside, keeping to the contours as much as

Banbury Canal under the Bridge.

Banbury Canal Scene. This is the view under the Tom Rolt Bridge, looking towards the lock featured in an earlier photograph. A

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,

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

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

Motorbike Scrambling in Abingdon.

Motorbike Scrambling. Once again, not a photograph I expected to be posting today! We saw this motorbike scrambling shortly af

The Birmingham & Fazeley Canal.

Boats Moored at Fazeley. Boaters know a different geography of the country. Fazeley is well known amongst the fraternity, wher

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

Reading’s Green Park Business Park.

Green Park. An unlikely combination. Modern business buildings in a wildlife habitat. But that is the unusual setting of Green

Corpach Shipwreck, Loch Linnhe, Fort William.

Corpach Shipwreck, Caol. We took a wander to the far end of the Caledonian Canal. This is where is meets Loch Linnhe, which is

Old Inverlochy Castle, Fort William.

Inside Inverlochy Castle. We walked in to Fort William today, past the base of the Ben Nevis mountains and the Distillery. On

Neptune’s Staircase Locks, Fort William.

Neptune’s Staircase. We have made it to the western end of the Caledonian Canal. At least, as far as we can cruise on ou

Glenfinnan Viaduct on the Jacobite Steam Train Ride.

West Highland Railway – Glenfinnan Viaduct. We have been on the Jacobite Steam Train ride from Fort William to Mallaig a

The Old Huntley and Palmers Building, Reading.

Huntley and Palmers. Reading at one time was synonymous with biscuits – and Huntley and Palmers. Sadly, this building is

Cruising on our Narrowboat through Newbury.

Cruising on our Narrowboat. We had decided it was time to move our narrowboat. We cruised from our mooring on the park, and we

Sunset over Monkey Bridge Moorings, Kennet & Avon.

Monkey Bridge Moorings at Sunset. There was quite an unusual sunset tonight. Of course, I was in the wrong place at the wrong

A View of the Kintbury Visitor Moorings, Kennet & Avon Canal.

Kintbury Visitor Moorings. Needing to top up with water (and empty a toilet cassette!), I took a trip to Kintbury Visitor Moor

The Lower Raymond Almshouses, Newtown Road, Newbury

Lower Raymond Almshouses. Very attractive almshouses built in 1796, the twelve Lower Raymond Almshouses replaced an earlier pr