Tag: which way challenge

A good crossing

Anchored onto Brunel’s original suspension bridge buttresses, the architectural cable deck-stays and pylons of the Golden Jubilee footbridge make a secure statement for what is, and has been, a pedestrian crossing of the river Thames here since 1845 Joining this week’s Which Way Photo… Continue Reading “A good crossing”

Round the bend

The bend in the path, the river or the road is always tantalising though I know what lies beyond here because it is my locale, as seen just last week when the sun was shining in this part of Yorkshire – before the recent… Continue Reading “Round the bend”

Knee deep in wheat

…and nothing else. After reading John Lewis-Stempel’s “The Running Hare” (an environmentalist’s account of field restoration) I always keep a look and listen-out for wildlife in agricultural acreages. This one was devoid of wildflowers, no birds sang, a desultory crow flew over but one… Continue Reading “Knee deep in wheat”