Beautiful light on the river last night, seen along the towpath at Strand-On-The-Green and Mortlake.
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Some recent photos from the River Thames series.
A set of photos from today’s Quintin Head Race, with crews from Putney Town, Tideway Scullers and King’s College London. And thanks to Chris Freeman for the photo of me!
Walking along the towpath near Walton-on-Thames whilst waiting for the boats in the Weybridge Winter Head to appear. I couldn’t get wider views to work…too many people, too many boats!
More test shots: A selection of images from a walk yesterday between Walton Rowing Club and Hampton Court Bridge.
More test shots along the Thames between Mortlake and Kew. Amazing variations in the light over the last two days.
And from this morning. Another beautiful day on the river near Chiswick Bridge.
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.