Dudley Market on a Damp Day.
Dudley Market. Open air markets are an historic way of trading. Many towns thrived on them. This particular one dates back to
The Old Swan Inn, Halesowen Road, Netherton.
The Old Swan Inn, Netherton. This Grade II listed pub is probably one of the most famous in the Black Country. Dating back to
Inside the Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch.
Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch. They may provide a covered experience, with everything in one place, but these modern ma
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
Birmingham New Street.
New Street, Birmingham. Capturing movement and colour. This scene in New Street, Birmingham, is slightly different to what it
Birmingham Old Turn Junction.
Old Turn Junction at Night. This was once the heart of the industrial canals of Birmingham. Now redeveloped into a leisure loc
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, Birmingham. A excellent example of new meets old. This is the historic Birmingham & Worcester Canal, with The
A Snowy Morning in Leamington Spa.
Snowy Morning. We can’t say they didn’t warn us. This was exactly what we forecast. We woke up to discover a very
A Christmas Market in Royal Leamington Spa.
Street Christmas Market. My remote shutter cable developed a fault a little while ago. I have now got my replacement. A Hähne
Elliott’s Field Retail Park, Rugby.
Elliott’s Field Shopping. Today being another greyish day, I had decided to leave it until dusk to get a photograph. I w
Rugby Clock Tower – Town Centre Landmark.
Rugby Clock Tower. Standing right in the centre of town is this historic feature. Rugby Clock Tower has stood here since 1889.
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
Banbury Lock – in the Heart of the Town.
Banbury Lock. Yesterday and today’s pictures could not be more different. Aynho Weir Lock, with its unusual shape in a t
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
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
No Stopping in Reading on the River Kennet.
No Stopping in Reading for Shopping! I have mentioned before that boaters appear not to be welcome in Reading. This is a prime
Leaving Fort Augustus Locks for Loch Ness.
Fort Augustus Locks. A busy scene at the bottom of Fort Augustus Locks. A flotilla of boats has been waiting patiently for the
Tobermory, Isle of Mull.
The Colour of Tobermory. Today, we have visited the Isle of Mull. The ferry from Kilchoan on the mainland (near where we are s