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This was my lucky catch today. The tide was coming in and a family on two kayaks appeared up the creek. Of course the kids desperately wanted to go under the…

This is a stone bridge over the road near Burrator reservoir. There was an earlier railway line serving Dartmoor but this was itself disused before this branch…

Has it been this long? Has it been more than a month since a blog post? For a while, my life found other priorities rather than photography. When I thought…

Recently my wife and myself were having lunch at a restaurant on the Chesapeake Bay and as we looked out a big picture window in front of us this is what we saw…

We were downtown for an art festival and I saw this man fishing in the river. Me? I wouldn't eat fish out of there...but to each their own. Maybe he does a…

The morning walk started with crossing the Alexandra Bridge. It was interesting to see the difference in the light as usually I cross the bridge in late…

Fort Lee, originally named Fort Constitution was built along the Hudson River in New Jersey, during July of 1776 as part of a strategic defense plan conceived…

It was cool but quite lovely yesterday, a nice change from the day before when it snowed. Looks very grey today so I am glad I made the effort to get out. As…

Springtime on a grey day is the best time IMHO to shoot the most interesting reflections on the Rideau Canal. The low water levels before they fill the canal…

Taken on a walk to explore the remains of a costal wreck I came across this small beauty. A bridge over the Kenfig river (Welsh "Afon Cynffig") which is part…

Taking in both Björn and Craig's great comments and observation, another landscape photo ... So, what do you think of it?
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