Paper tests. If you still miss rummaging through the stationery in Woolworths, pay a visit to Shepherds Bookbinders in Victoria. More paper stocks than you can dream about! Uncoated and not meant for inkjet printers, but some produce lovely soft-tone monochrome images. But make sure you test ;-).
Tag Archives: Thames
Brentford Dock, Prunus cerasifera, Brentford Ait, Kew Bridge and Syon Reach. Recent additions to the Drawing Dark Waters project. (click on Projects menu for full set of images).
Great to see this image of Twickenham Bridge used on a book cover. Originally monochrome, an interesting new interpretation.
Rev Richard Coles, presenter on BBC Radio Four’s Saturday Live, once described the plastic bags suspended along the roadside on his drive home as looking like “Unfortunate wraiths snagged in trees”. Sadly a common feature along the River Thames. More ‘wildling’ trees along the Thames footpath near Mortlake. A ‘wildling’ Plane tree growing out of the cobbled embankment along the River Thames between Chiswick and Kew.
The corner of my mum’s plant hospital. Apparently I won the large cactus in the middle at a school summer fair when I was about 8 years old. It was ‘confiscated’ as I didn’t look after it. Monstera deliciosa or cheese plant. London Plane tree – high tide, overlooking Vauxhall Bridge.
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
Details, rock and shingle beach on the River Thames near Kew.
One of those short bursts of light that only occur with storm clouds. Reflections in the River Thames at Mortlake.
From Drawing Dark Waters….The River Thames from Tower Bridge.