River Walks – Kew to Teddington

Following on from my recent blog Putney to Kew, I now finish the journey I took that day.  I had hoped to walk to Kingston, but the early setting sun, and the battery running out on my phone made me terminate at Teddington.  All is not lost.  I will continue, probably down to Hampton Court… Continue reading River Walks – Kew to Teddington

Sunday Evening Sky

Walking home tonight we were blessed with one of those skies that just make you stop and stare.  Sorry the quality is not great, but like with so much these were taken with my iPhone 5s.  Not exactly top of the range.  However, the view from Kingston Bridge, with the trees bordering Home Park were… Continue reading Sunday Evening Sky

Lens Artists Challenge #28 – Curves

Firstly, thank you to Perpetua who invited me to join this challenge, hosted on Travels and Trifles this week.  I much appreciate the invite. I found this challenging in having to choose amongst the multitude of curves I have in my photos.  I opted then for those that mean something to me as a person. … Continue reading Lens Artists Challenge #28 – Curves

River Walks – Putney to Kew

If you have looked through my blog at all you will realise that I am very fond of the area I live in, Kingston in West London.  One of the main reasons is the River Thames next to which I have made my home.  Last week I had the convergence of a number of factors,… Continue reading River Walks – Putney to Kew

Kingston Bridge at 6 a.m.

6 a.m. is my time. The boys are still asleep in their cozy beds, dreaming their small child dreams.  They are safe and undemanding. I walk into the living room, half open both sets of curtains and look out on Kingston Bridge, quiet for the moment, asleep like the homeless people living in the arches… Continue reading Kingston Bridge at 6 a.m.