Tim's One Photograph a Day

Reflections

Dusk at Windmill End, Bumble Hole Nature Reserve.

Windmill End. We have moved again. This time we have gone through the Netherton Tunnel (built as a by-pass to the single-width

Titford Pools, Wildlife Haven, Oldbury.

Titford Pools. For a long time, this has been the Cinderella of the BCN. It is the highest part and was originally built as a

Oldbury Locks Junction and Titford Canal under the M5.

Oldbury Locks Junction. This is still a continuing theme. Moving outside of Birmingham City Centre, the Old Main Line criss-cr

Oozells Street Loop at Night, Birmingham.

Oozells Street Loop. Continuing on from yesterday’s photograph of Sherborne Wharf. This is very near the same location,

Sherborne Wharf, Oozells Street Loop, Birmingham.

Sherborne Wharf. Another historic part of the extensive canal network in central Birmingham. At one time, this was the “Main

Gas Street Basin and Regency Wharf, Birmingham.

Gas Street Basin. This is an area of canal that I never fail to enjoy to photograph. There is so much of interest with ultra-m

Ice on the Canal This Morning.

Ice on the Canal. I enjoy posting photographs on here that I have taken time over and carefully considered. However, that is n

Alvechurch Boat Centre viewed under Bridge 60 at Night.

Alvechurch Boat Centre. Back to long exposure photography today. The Canon has been put through its paces with a 10 minute sho

Under the Bridge, Withybed Lane, Alvechurch.

Under the Bridge. Today’s photograph is taken not far from yesterday’s image. The Crown Inn is just to the left of

Cambrian Wharf at Night, Birmingham.

Cambrian Wharf. As 2020 starts, I feel a desire to restart this project. So, after a 2 year break, this is the first photograp

Reflections in the Grand Central Shopping Centre.

Grand Central, Birmingham. As 2017 comes to an end, this is the final photograph of “One Photograph a Day”. I have

Christmas Bauble.

Christmas Bauble. One for the Festive Season! A close up of the reflection in a Christmas Bauble on the tree. Capturing the sp

Selfridges, Bullring, Birmingham.

Selfridges, Bullring. Although I am not normally a fan of modern architecture, this is impressive by any standard. An iconic s

The Mailbox.

The Mailbox, Birmingham. A excellent example of new meets old. This is the historic Birmingham & Worcester Canal, with The

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

The Two Boats Inn, Long Itchington.

The Canalside Two Boats Inn. Back on the move again. Onto new territory, as far as our cruising is concerned. We are now headi

Hillmorton at Night.

The Oxford Canal at Hillmorton. We have moved back above the locks. Although looking very rural, we are not that far from Hill

Misty Frosty Morning on the Oxford Canal.

Misty Frosty Morning. You will, of course, realise that this shot is taken in a very similar location to yesterday’s. It

Brownsover Visitor Moorings, Rugby, Warwickshire.

Brownsover Visitor Moorings at Dusk. Staying with the long exposure shots. Today’s photograph is of where we are current

The Former Rugby Radio Station.

Former Rugby Radio Station. Last time we were here, the last of the Rugby Radio Station masts were still standing. Now, they a