Tim's One Photograph a Day

Monochrome

Shrewley Tunnel on the Grand Union Canal.

Shrewley Tunnel. This magnificent structure is on the former Warwick & Birmingham Canal. This was later to become part of

Bridge 45 on the Grand Union Canal.

Looking underneath Bridge 45. It’s not often the phone camera is used for this blog. However, today I took the Olympus o

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

Zig Zag Weir on the River Kennet.

Zig Zag Weir. Today’s photograph is of the Zig Zag Weir on the River Kennet. This is just downstream of the Fobney Islan

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

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

Cruising across Loch Oich.

Loch Oich. Sadly, we are having to make our way back to our hire base. Our two week’s cruising nearly over. Today, we cr

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

Crane at Newbury Racecourse.

The Crane. Taking a walk around Newbury Racecourse this evening, I went past a large development. This crane caught my eye. St

Musician in the Orchestra Pit.

Orchestra Pit. We have been to see “Legally Blonde” today. A performance by the Hinchley Manor Operatic Society. O

Aldermaston Church – St Mary the Virgin.

Aldermaston Church. In the midst of storm Doris, the sun managed to poke its way through the fast-moving clouds. Dark clouds w

Lemonade Glass with Straw and Ice.

Black and White Lemonade Glass. Having been busy most of the day doing some other website work, time was running out to get to

Rob Berry Blues Busker & Street Musician.

Rob Berry Blues Busker. Rob Berry Blues ‘n Boxes. The sun was out, and my mind was filled with a number of ideas for the

Bournemouth Beach – Bay and Pier.

Bournemouth Beach – A Study in Monochrome. Something completely different today. We have left the boat, and returned to