Tag Archives: colour

Spring Sprung

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London Night Carnival 2012

London’s special street festival. This year it was at the same time as the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Paralympics but still managed to draw a huge crowd.

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Wild Rye

A perfect summer’s Friday walking through the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve a few miles from Rye Touristland. The harbour itself is pleasant and relaxing but Wild Rye has it all. Visit the Seaside Gallery for more pics of this beautiful … Continue reading

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Green n Gold

A leisurely cruise from Little Venice passes the London Zoo and turns into the final stretch down to Camden Lock. A great thing to do for visitors and locals alike on a brilliant sunny summers’ day in London.

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Country House(boat)

On Saturday I took a walk along the Thames Creek in Essex with a photography group. Leaving Benfleet we walked along the creek and then up to Hadleigh Castle and down to Leigh on Sea.

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Canalside Colour

Another shot along Regent’s Canal, this time in Primrose Hill. At the moment around these parts the canal is a ribbon of colour winding its way through north London. It is particularly vibrant now as a covering of duck weed … Continue reading

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One Tree Hill

This week I took another long walk through the spectacular Kent countryside. The walk started at Lullingstone and went up a hill, one tree hill by my reckoning, through the wheat fields smothered in poppies, across a fairway on a … Continue reading

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Extensions Ladder

A refreshing shop window display at Theorem Hairdressers in Cross Street, Islington. A breath of originality in a shopping precinct that takes “tasteful” to a new level of mediocrity.

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Broken Lines

Nearby buildings and late afternoon traffic reflected in Poured Lines, the painting by Ian Davenport under the railway bridge leading into Blackfriars Station close to Tate Modern. The painting is the length of 5 London buses (not of the bendy … Continue reading

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View Across the Canal

This week’s walk through the Kent countryside involved a three mile stretch along the Royal Military Canal built at the beginning of the 19th century as a defence against possible invasion. However, the threat from Napoleon and his armies had … Continue reading

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