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Beautiful weather this past weekend so I wandered a bit around downtown. My first stop was at Parliament Hill as I have wanted a decent shot of the West Block…

Today may have been the most beautiful day of the winter; the canal was finally open and droves of people came out to enjoy the sunshine. Most of them were…

Never before has a run of the mill trip to the dentist seemed such an exciting prospect! This morning I had to go into Bishop’s Stortford for my annual checkup…

The canal in the village of " klein Willebroek ". Lens of choice was my Helios 44M 58mm f2.0. One I love to work with.

Back in the distant mists of time, 2012, I went on a photo walk with some friends into the deepest darkest recesses of our (the worlds's) industrial past. This…

The Purton Hulks are a number of abandoned boats and ships, deliberately beached beside the River Severn near Purton in Gloucestershire, England, to reinforce…

One of the reminders of the industrial revolution comes in the form of the canals and waterways that criss-cross the countryside. These waterways once carried…

When the summer comes along in the UK it really does brighten up the place and makes for some amazing images. The Leeds Liverpool canal makes its way through…

Today I decided to go in another direction as I was getting bored with my previous walks so I went down by the canal. It has yet to be flooded which provided…

Primrose is laid up on the River Nene Old Course, Norfolk UK. Once Primrose cruised the UK Canal network bringing pleasure to her owners resplendent in her…
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