Tim's One Photograph a Day

Street Scene

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

The Jericho District of Oxford.

Jericho, Oxford. One time a run down and undesirable area of Oxford. More recently, Jericho has seen an increase in favour, an

The Site of the Former Oxford Canal Basin.

Oxford Canal Basin. It is hard to believe that this site was once the scene of bustling activity. Boats being loaded and unloa

Tributes to George Michael Outside his Goring House.

Tributes to George Michael. We have arrived in Goring-on-Thames. I walked around the village taking many photographs. On leavi

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

Reading’s Lost Coley Branch Railway Line.

Preserved Remains of the Coley Branch. Google Maps satellite view is quite a good way of spotting old railway lines. This was

The Old Lamb Hotel, Theale, Berkshire.

The Old Lamb Hotel, Theale. This is one of the most attractive buildings in the town, and the only thatched one. The Old Lamb

London Mews, near Paddington Station.

London Mews. Well, this was certainly what I expected to be posting today! We had booked to visit the Postal Museum, and ride

Wharf Cottages, Aldermaston, at Dusk.

Wharf Cottages, Aldermaston. This is a very pleasant terrace just by the Swing Bridge. I have taken this shot of Wharf Cottage

The Angel, Woolhampton at Night.

The Angel, Woolhampton. One of two remaining pubs in the village. This is the Angel, Woolhampton, on the main A4 road, seen he

The Old London Apprentice, Newbury

Old London Apprentice at Dusk. With the evenings beginning to draw in, I can start enjoying my dusk photography again. Today I

Mosaic on Newbury Subway.

Attractive Mosaic. Sometimes you find the most unexpected things in the most unexpected places. Like this mosaic, in a Newbury

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 Former Newbury Picture Palace.

Newbury Picture Palace. Just south of the Methodist Church (which can just be glimpsed to the right) is the former Newbury Pic

Avoch Harbour, Black Isle.

View across Avoch Harbour. This was taken fairly early morning. Similar to an old photo in the hotel we were staying in. A sho

Inverness Castle overlooking the River Ness.

Inverness Castle. Today’s photograph could almost be a picture postcard image of Inverness Castle. This imposing buildin

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