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On New Years Day, full of people, picknicking, walking, paddling!!!!! That`s Ferryside opposite. Happy 2019 all.

It may have been the Great Crested grebe suffering under the onslaught of Victorian Hat feather hunters that prompted the formation of the RSPB, but this is not…

I happened to be in Somerset today for a funeral and later decided to take a walk along Burnham-on-sea water front. The wind was blowing almost horizontal and…

This was a new one for me. I had never come across a tidal mill before. It used the tidal flow up and down the river to drive a water wheel in the mill which…

Today was supposed to be day one of a big audit but I got a call last minute this morning to say the auditor had hurt his leg and wouldn't be coming. Now, I…

So far no rain this morning but it's overcast. There was no colour in the sunrise when I went out to take these photos. Four weeks of solitude are over this…

You might recognise some of these views by now - I walk past this section of the Itchen estuary most mornings whilst taking my daughter to pre-school and it's a…

All pictures were taken at the same location on the Thames Estuary. Numbers 1-11 were taken today; 12-18 were taken on a sunnier day back in June.

Today I took another stroll down to the river - we are fortunate to have an estuary within a 15 minute walk which will doubtless provide me with plenty of…
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