Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It

This is my haphazard contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It.

I say haphazard because while I have a variety of photos of various rivers I couldn’t come up with a theme so this is a random selection of photos of four different rivers.

 

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It

This is the range light at the mouth of the Saugeen River where it flows into Lake Huron in Southampton, Ontario.

 

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It

The River Thames, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben from the south bank, London, England.

 

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It

The Sydenham River flows over the Niagara Escarpment at Inglis Falls in Grey County, Ontario.

 

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It

The River Dee flowing under the Old Dee Bridge at Chester, Cheshire. Originally the site of a Roman bridge this bridge dates back to a major rebuild in 1387.

 

22 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It”

    1. Thanks Ann-Christine. I’m just glad you can see it, the WordPress gremlins are back. When I published WordPress told me there was nothing to publish and it hasn’t appeared in the WordPress reader.

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      1. Strange…and impossible to answer with likes, impossible to get the right answer from the right person…Have you noticed that as well? The comments are jumbled and “on top of each other”. Messy.

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      2. Yes. Each time they update the app it gets worse. But I published from a web browser and got the message that the post was empty. At the moment, each time I visit Facebook I get ads for WordPress for building every type of web site imaginable. It males me wonder if they’re overloading their systems.

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    1. I’m still writing posts in a web browser as the app is so flaky and inconsistent. I only use the app for comments and likes and even then it’s flaky. I will ‘like’ something and a minute later the app will show that I hadn’t liked it.

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    2. I, too, use the old WP Admin to write posts, found by scrolling to the bottom of the left-hand column after clicking My Sites. When doing Likes and Comments I often have to refresh a page or app, between Macbook, iPad, iPhone, Safari, and Firefox, to get them to ‘take’ or ‘appear’. Not an exact science. I like Safari/WP Admin for constructing posts, and Firefox for viewing and doing Likes and Comments.

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      1. I have a basic version of Admin bookmarked in Chrome which is what I use for writing and editing posts. I may try staying there for everything and abandon the WordPress app.

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      1. It reminded me that I don’t know where, or if, I have photos of my stays in London. I lived in Earls Court for six months on work assignment at Heathrow.

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      2. The crazy thing is, I was wandering around central London early one Sunday morning field testing the soon to be released Ilford XP1. I had completely forgotten that detail until a couple of weeks ago when I started digitising some of my black and white negatives and discovered I had used XP1.

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