No "big deals" here, but it's time to re-visit the usual scenes and show them as they are right now on certain days in November.
This is the time of very low tides and the river is almost totally "switched off" by the closure of Teddington Weir to allow inspection and maintenance. So the low water is both natural and also managed by modern man.
Here's the view of the Thames opposite Petersham Meadows. The Sun is brilliant but there is that noticeable and delightful mistiness in the atmosphere that adds something to a photograph. It's just a snap, but it sums up why the area has been loved and appreciated by poets and painters for hundreds of years.