This blog is to showcase some of the photo's I've taken, the pictures can be from my archive of many years or taken recently. They are from where I live and the various places I have been. I hope Enjoy my work and come back to visit again
As I'm on a bridge theme I thought I'd show you a couple of bridges along the Thames at a place called Radcot.
This is Radcot bridge which is reputedly the oldest bridge on the Thames which can be dated back to 1200 AD
It was broken down in 1387 during a battle then rebuilt but damaged again in the wars of the roses and largely rebuilt as it is seen today
This bridge known as the Canal Bridge was built in 1787, there is a third further on along the road past the pub which looks like it runs over a stream. You can see the bridges if you walk the Thames Path.
This is the remains of an Oak tree and it is one of a pair which have their name to Old Oaks Campsite. The tree is around 2000 years old and I'm stood beside it's made which is nearly as old. As you can see this one is now dead though it was still clinging to life when I first visited the place many years ago.
This is a stitch three photos
You will be glad to know they collected the acorns and grew new trees from them so now park has lots of oak trees.
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Today I will share a view I saw over the weekend while visiting a church . I stopped the car at a junction to get a few photos of a signpost and when I looked round I was looking at this view of Didcot Power Station.
The power station is now shut down and waits demolition, I will return for another photo when it has gone.
Taking Part in Our World Tuesday.