The third installment in my River thames walks picks up where I left off before. I have been waiting for a sunny day, but January is the best month for these so I decided to risk it with the sky overcast and dark, and whilst the sun is not shing from the waters surface, I… Continue reading River Walks – Teddington to Kingston
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.
I've lived around Kingston-Upon-Thames for a number of years now. There is one spot I just really love. It is a mural, a study of the Artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, and I have always been intrigued by the work. Partly because it decorates the underside of a railway bridge in one of the less frequented parts… Continue reading The lasting effect of Friedensreich Hundertwasser
I went out for an early morning ride late in September. The sun was rising about 6.30 am and I managed to time my ride to be across the park looking back at the rising sun. However, those shots were good, but some of the pre-dawn shots of the deer were just spell binding. The… Continue reading Sunrise in Bushy Park, September 2018 – Photo Blog