Shelter on the River Bank


Ducks sheltering on the riverbank near Bisham

Ducks on the river bank sheltering from yesterdays heatwave with temperatures in excess of 35 degrees centigrade.


July on the River Thames

Here are two images from yesterday’s walk along the north bank of the River Thames.


The Church on the River

This is my new portrait of All Saints Church, Bisham.  The tower dates from around 1175 although the rest of the church was added in the 15th century.  The chalk and flint stone used in its construction makes the tower stand out and looking bright in all light conditions


Moorings full at Marlow

Like the town’s car parks, moorings along the Buckinghamshire bank of the River Thames at Marlow are full.  Boats are allowed here to moor overnight of a small fee and have easy access into Marlow town centre.

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Images of Old Chesham in Buckinghamshire

Every now and then I rummage through my photo archive to see if there is anything worthy of resurrection.  This time I came up with a series of images that I had made of old Chesham in 2013.

I was asked to produce a series of images of Chesham to be hung in a local office building.  I was not ecstatic about the prospect as I was not sure that Chesham was particularly photogenic.  However, as you can see from the images below there are some pleasing buildings and street scenes to be found in the old town of Chesham, which includes the pedestrian town centre.

Clock Tower

The Clock Tower


George & Dragon

The George and Dragon

Chuch Gates

St Mary’s Church Gates


St Mary's Church

St Mary’s Church

The Meades

The Broads

King Street

King Street


Temperance Hall

Church Street

Church Street

The Queens Head

The Queens Head

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