Home The Book The Author Pictures Buy a copy

More pictures More pictures


(As published). Halfpenny Bridge, Lechlade, on a grey autumn morning. The toll house lights created fantasies of warmth and Sunday morning breakfasts. A very complex footbridge to nowhere opposite Inglesham. The riverside path ceased just upstream. Lunch at Hannington Bridge - the nearest we got to the river in several hours of walking. A thoughtfully-provided footbridge somewhere between Hannington and Castle Eaton.


A very atmospheric North Meadow Nature Reserve, Cricklade. (As published) A young lad in wellies on a foggy December day - the footpath winding its way towards Ashton Keynes. Step-bounce, step-bounce across a swollen tributary near Cricklade. Upstream of Ashton Keynes where the Thames is contrained by the old gravel workings that now form the Cotswold Water Park.


A December picnic by the still, nameless waters adjoining Neigh Bridge Country Park. Not just a brook, but the diminishing Thames in the region of Upper Mill Farm, No. 1. Not just a brook, but the diminishing Thames in the region of Upper Mill Farm, No. 2. Not just a brook, but the diminishing Thames in the region of Upper Mill Farm, No. 3.