Reflecting on the Thames


Quite often the surface of the river is silky smooth and the reflections are better than the real scenery I am amongst.

How about the above, today at Goring …. a true reflection, no trickery and just a simple Canon camera?

And the larger view below, out across the river, with reflection on both sides.



Then there were some stunning skies at Abingdon that were more than mirrored in the water.



And this view across the river this evening, reflecting trees and clouds – no it is not upside down!  It is what I could see from the boat.


Finally, for now, the wavy reflection of 5 of Wallingford Bridge’s 17 (SEVENTEEN!) arches this morning as we left town.


Published by lesley-jane

Wife of Stewart, mother of 3, Granny of 6 (yes, I am happy to define myself by my family; I value them more than anything), and living abroad Calliope, our replica Dutch Barge, currently cruising the inland waterways of France, Belgium and The Netherlands. Retired from a couple of enjoyable careers, and now being closer to the real, outdoor me. Love water, fascinated by animals, enjoy music, support Pompey and try to find fun in all parts of my life.

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