Beautiful morning for a paddle. Ice on the boats, but worth the cold fingers!
Tag Archives: Mortlake
An edit of Drawing Dark Waters images – walks along the Thames 2018.
Nice to see Tate Modern using one of my River Thames photos for an event poster. Called Ten Days Six Nights, the event is being held between 16th and 25th March and incorporates performance, film, music and sculpture. The original photograph was taken at Mortlake, towards Kew Rail Bridge.
One of those short bursts of light that only occur with storm clouds. Reflections in the River Thames at Mortlake.
Shingle beaches on the River Thames, near Mortlake. Close-ups and details of the rocks and cobbles that have been washed onto the beaches.
Beautiful light on the river last night, seen along the towpath at Strand-On-The-Green and Mortlake.
A few new images taken recently, which I might include in the selection for the Wildlings exhibition at Oxford House. I found these whilst rowing, returning later with a camera. There is a completely different perspective from a boat, offering views invisible from a footpath. These trees have chosen inhospitable places for themselves to grow. It’s not just a case of surviving. They obviously thrive.