Busker in the River Thames, under the Millennium Bridge, playing an electric guitar ….on an incoming tide. I only saw him once.
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One of those short bursts of light that only occur with storm clouds. Reflections in the River Thames at Mortlake.
From the archive, some shots of Richmond Lock and Twickenham Bridge, taken in 1997.
Printing my Thames photos taken since 1997 and presenting them in three volumes. Part of the Drawing Dark Waters project with Caroline Underwood and Liz Charsley. A few have previously appeared in exhibitions or concertina book form, but this is the first time I’ve put them all in one place. Essentially archival inkjet prints, with some as gate folds and a couple of original prints from 1997. I’ve promised to show them to a few people, and am happy to show others. The project is still evolving and will no doubt be expanded.
From Drawing Dark Waters….The River Thames from Tower Bridge.
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.
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!