#365daysofbiking On reflections:
December 10th – Passing Silver Street and crossing the pedestrian bridge time for a quick, classic shot of the waterside.
I don’t know why but it’s hard with the Canon to get a shot here I’m happy with. It just doesn’t seem to like this view much.
This didn’t come out to bad though: The water was till, and the way the reflections taper to gather in the distance always fascinates me.
Brownhills really can be beautiful sometimes.
#365daysofbiking Bending the dark:
November 12th -I returned from Walsall via Aldridge and hopped on the canal there. There was a decent sky and conditions seemed quite still, and this view of an unusually quite marina was an interesting experiment from Northywood Bridge.
Must say the chemical plant nearby was smelling rather fresh. Glad I’m not moored here.
August 25th – A bad time with the IBS at the moment, but I got out late in the afternoon on what was a very pleasant day to the Historic Narrowboat Club heritage gathering at Alvecote, on the far side of Tamworth.
There were a huge number of old working boats on display, with their proud owners ready to tell you all about them – and these fine characters and their wonderful dogs made for a great couple of hours.
A very English thing on a lovely Saturday.