Friday, August 9, 2013

Weekend Reflections 32 - The Thames Path




The Thames Path is a 184 mile national hiking trail which traces the journey of the Thames from the source to the sea - the only walking path which actually follows the full course of any river. Last week my sister and I walked the first 54 miles from the source at Kemble to Oxford staying at some of the most delightful riverside inns, and here are a few reflection shots showing different moods of the Thames from that first section. I am planning to complete the rest of the path when I can.....For more reflection shots visit WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Enjoy!

14 comments:

sylvia kirkwood said...

Lovely reflections for the day, Catherine! I always love the watery ones!! Hope you have a great weekend!

James said...

Wonderful shots! The bottom one is amazing!

EG CameraGirl said...

Very nice place to walk and take photos!

acreativeharbor.com said...

wow! what a wonderful experience and beautiful shots ~ thanks, carol, xo

Malyss said...

These are wonderful shots, and I'd like to walk that path all along, the nature around seems to be so beautiful!

HansHB said...

Lovely post for the reflection theme!

'Tsuki said...

I felt in love with this place juste by looking at your pics... I just love the first : there is so much harmony in it despite the vegetal chaos... The light is amazing on it too.

Audrey said...

quel magnifique endroit !

Taken For Granted said...

Fine river photos. I just love the one with the river boat reflected in the water.

Catherine said...

Thanks for all the lovely comments .....am looking forward to completing the rest of the path when I can.....much appreciated

Electra said...

Beautiful scenes all of them. What a lovely place that is!

Shirley said...

How fun it must be to follow the river Thames via a path!

A Cuban In London said...

So, you're back in the UK! :-) Great to see photos of your homeland. I can never get enough of the Thames. Mainly because it serves as surrogate for my Cuban sea. :-)

Many thanks and I hope you're having a smashing time.

Fly Girl said...

Oh are you back home? I've never seen the Thames from these angles, very soothing!