Posts Tagged ‘autumn’

Dane & Clara

Wandering down the canal towpath to my daily haunt, the Mill Arts Centre, I was stopped in my tracks by the lovely popping sound of a Bolinder engine…below the lock in Banbury were Dane and Clara, two wooden narrowboats on their way up to Daventry. Both boats originate from the early 1900s — Dane was […]

Autumn

Is it just me, or do the colours this autumn seem even more impressive? Trees are positively glowing in the gorgeous light we are having at the moment…I just don’t seem to be able to do it all justice! . . . .

A Walk along Ninglinspo

A recent trip to friends’ in Bruxelles took us down to just south of Li├Ęge for a walk in the Ardennes. Details of the trip (including a map!) can be found on Mike Padgett’s site in an entry called Ninglinspo — he’s got a lot more interesting walks listed! After an early start to drive […]

Star Shaped

The Journey Home

For the last few months I have been commuting to work by train and bicycle. This gives me a few minutes to just sit and stare out of the window (on the train part that is!). It’s a lovely journey heading north from Oxford, following the route of the South Oxford Canal. Just north of […]

Red Leaf

Fractals

This isn’t a new image in that it was taken some time ago (maybe 18 months) on a cold, frosty day in Gent. I’ve chosen it, and the title, for a couple of reasons. I love how the leaf is a miniature tree in it’s own right.