Last of the snow. Car park spirals at Putney Town Rowing Club Winter colour and textures – last of the freeze, Gunnersbury Park Last of the snow. Bird and animal prints on ice, Gunnersbury Park
Category Archives: Urban Landscape
Four new images – 1. Overgrown woodland, Gunnersbury Park 2. Gunnersbury Park – overgrown woodland with fallen trees 3. A bit of three tree weirdness – not sure what the front two are, but the rear is an Elder. According to folklore, if you remove an Elder, you will see the devil. And if you plant one near your house, it will ward the devil off. Get planting folks! 4. As my daughters used to call it….The Scary Tree, Gunnersbury Park. Not sure exactly what type of tree it is. Maybe a corkscrew willow?
From the archive – the old Gibraltar Airport lounge in 2012, looking towards the Rock.
I worked on an allotment series in Richmond for Gardeners’ World magazine between 2008-10. The adjacent plot was looked after by a very quiet Irishman, Michael Hobbs, who I got to know during my frequent visits. I loved his plot, which was like a 1960’s back garden, complete with gnomes and ornamental frogs, and I frequently left with handfuls of spare fruit, veg or flowers. These unpublished portraits were taken in 2010 after my last visits for GW.
From the Coast of Light project – Amor, Humor, Respto. Graffiti, Tarifa, 2009.
River Thames at Mortlake with Chiswick Bridge, 27.1.18 – viewed from the boathouse at Putney Town Rowing Club. River Thames at Mortlake, 15.2.18
Beaches on River Thames at Kew and Strand-On-The-Green at low tide.
Details, rock and shingle beach on the River Thames near Kew.
Chiswick Bridge in the fog, viewed from a beach at low tide near Mortlake.
The River Thames at Walton-Upon-Thames and Chiswick Bridge, with wintery trees. From Drawing Dark Waters.