A Knight’s Tale (122: The Thames In South Oxfordshire)

Here the row continues along the River Thames in South Oxfordshire This was still near enough to normal civilisation for elderly couples to be out walking along the banks. If there were any footpaths on this stretch, they lay beneath the ripeness of, summer requiring negotiation, in the form of wild flowers attracting bees; grassesContinue reading “A Knight’s Tale (122: The Thames In South Oxfordshire)”

All My Ducks In A Row

On a bright, fresh, and crisp morning we took a drive into the forest. Slanting sunshine set the thawing frost glistening and lengthened shadows. We tried a visit to Tanner’s Lane. This meant driving between rows of parked vehicles with no turning space. I walked while Jackie turned back. We had imagined this little hiddenContinue reading “All My Ducks In A Row”

Head To Head

CLICK ON ANY IMAGE IN A GROUP TO ACCESS ITS ENLARGED GALLERY A patch of mostly dull and cold weather is giving me ample reasons for continuing with the scanning of the negatives of the long walk of the rather hot July of 2003. Today we are again back on the River Thames in SouthContinue reading “Head To Head”

Natural Monochrome

CLICK ON ANY IMAGE IN THE CLUSTERS TO ACCESS THE GALLERIES THAT CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE. SIMPLY CLICK ON THE SINGLE SHOT AND REPEAT IF REQUIRED. Anyone having followed the broadband connection saga will no doubt share my delight in the fact that this morning I uploaded the ten following pictures in five minutes.Continue reading “Natural Monochrome”