Richmond upon Thames: the view from London's "Arcadia" along the River Thames in Southwest London.
people at work,
Richmond upon Thames,
A very nice photo. Did you ask, or just take the picture? I'm only curious because I'm usually too shy to ask people if I can take their photo, but I would like to work on doing just that! It's interesting to see these traditional skills in the process.
Interesting. Will you have a photo of it under sail?
Hi Chuckeroon! Boats are always part of a dream... Great job to create them...Blogtrotter is paying homage to Vilnius as European Capital of Culture 2009. Hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
I've been greatly enjoying the photos on both of your blogs and expect to be back often. I like your sense of what makes a photo interesting, and you obviously put a lot into your art. I just have to say, too that I like the bit in your interests list about "repairing the unrepairable." I'm glad someone is into that! In re: the fork museum, there probably is one in London area, too. I haven't been there for a long time. There is a museum of the table of some sort near Tour d'Argent in Paris, but each time (inlcuding once after writing that reply) I've taken a turn that took me another direction. Maybe someday. . . .
Oh I do like this set of photographs, Chuckeroon. They are so good - have such a good feeling and atmosphere about them. Messing about in boots - fabulous.
I have seen this boat during one of my last walk to Richmond from Twickenham. I've never seen them working on it though, probably it's because I walk only in the weekends :)Very nice picture, by the way.