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.
This is the range light at the mouth of the Saugeen River where it flows into Lake Huron in Southampton, Ontario.
The River Thames, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben from the south bank, London, England.
The Sydenham River flows over the Niagara Escarpment at Inglis Falls in Grey County, Ontario.
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.
This is my contribution to the Tuesday Photo Challenge: City.
The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben through some light mist from the south bank of the River Thames in London, England.
One from the archives taken early one Sunday morning on the South Bank of the River Thames in London, England in the early 1980s.
I was living and working in north London at the time, running a photo department during the week and shooting a variety of personal work at the weekends. Early one Sunday morning I headed down to Westminster with my tripod and camera bag.
There was a light mist over the River Thames which added to my decision to shoot black and white. Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament were partially obscured by the mist, adding to the atmosphere.
I used my Olympus OM1 loaded with Ilford FP4 which was my regular black and white film.