Tim's One Photograph a Day

Street Scene

Birmingham New Street.

New Street, Birmingham. Capturing movement and colour. This scene in New Street, Birmingham, is slightly different to what it

Former Ahronsberg Brothers Factory

Ahronsberg Brothers The Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham has a large collection of former factories. This one was for the Ahron

The Mailbox.

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

Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa.

Royal Pump Rooms. Leamington Spa is full of grand and classic buildings. Amongst the finest is this, the Royal Pump Rooms on t

Procaffeinate Coffee Bar.

Procaffeinate. Just by the bridge where we are moored is this delightful coffee bar. Originally the Grand Union Pub, it is now

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

The UCL Cruciform Building Hub.

UCL Cruciform Building. Doing a spot of dog walking waiting for our train at Euston, I came across this spectacular building i

The Former BBC Television Theatre.

BBC Television Theatre in Shepherds Bush. Coming in to Shepherds Bush, the area looked familiar. I realised that I recognised

Leicester Road, Rugby. The nearly sunset!

Leicester Road, Rugby. There’s nothing more disappointing than seeing what looks like a brilliant sunset in the making &

Rugby Theatre on Henry Street.

Rugby Theatre. It was a bit daft going into town on such a nice day without either camera! Still, the phone is a reliable back

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.

A Disconnected Branch of a Tree!

Disconnected Branch. We remember this from last time we were in Rugby. It amused then, and we still think it funny. A disconne

The Red Lion, Cropredy, at Dusk.

The Red Lion, Cropredy. We have left Banbury, and moved up the canal a bit. Tonight’s photograph is of The Red Lion Crop

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

Flower Stall in Banbury Town Centre.

The Bright Colours of the Flower Stall. I went into town this morning in the mistaken belief it was Market Day. I have since f

All the Colours of the Fairground Ride.

Extreme Fairground Ride. Since Monday evening, the streets of Banbury have been slowly taking over. Colourful Fairground Rides

Banbury Cross at Dusk.

Banbury Cross. The town is probably best known because of the popular nursery rhyme. However, this is not the Banbury Cross th

Banbury Town Hall at Dusk.

Banbury Town Hall. Back to my favourite style of photography. Out with the big camera at dusk – the “Blue HourR

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,