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Droitwich in Autumn2

You may be interested to learn that this is both the canal and the river. A little way behind where I was standing it divides into canal and river and when it gets to vines Park in town it divides back again.

 

Well I thought it was interesting when this chap on a bike told Ange and me.

Droitwich in Autumn2

You may be interested to learn that this is both the canal and the river. A little way behind where I was standing it divides into canal and river and when it gets to vines Park in town it divides back again.

 

Well I thought it was interesting when this chap on a bike told Ange and me.

comments (11)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Oct 2011, 00:21
I think he was pulling your leg, Bill. I sure hope you were not paying him to be your tour guide.

It seems the water is motionless, and you have taken the opportunity to paint a lovely reflection on its oily surface.
Bill Phillips: It is actually moving here as the river feeds into it, but very slowly.
Magnificent Bill... great composition... and i love the reflections....petersmile
Bill Phillips: thank you very much Peter.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 30 Oct 2011, 07:07
Oh, it's a bit complicated to understand early in this morning while being half asleep. I can well imagine your lovely canal-river-walk -and the light and the colours and the reflections are wonderful- an Indian summer day as we are expecting today, too! Droitwich is a gem whatever Chris and other stooges may say!
Bill Phillips: When the new marina is complete and filled with some 230 boats the town should reap a benefit in both trade and jobs. Despite what the stooges say, it is a very nice town and maybe one day I will have the pleasure of showing you round.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Oct 2011, 07:21
The glory & attainments of Droitwich never fail to enthrall. This picture btw is about ten thousand times better that yesterday's
Bill Phillips: When the marina is completed and filled with about 230 boats we will become a great tourist attraction. Onwards and upwards for the town!
What excellent light you have captured.
Bill Phillips: It was a beautiful afternoon with a clear blue sky, the sun was just low enough
j'appr├ęcie les reflets au loin des maisons
Bill Phillips: Merci beaucoup pour vos commentaires et de visiter mon blog
This looks nice Bill, we shall have to come and have a look ourselves at sometime or other.
Bill Phillips: I would be delighted to give you a guided tour Brian
  • Richard T
  • back in Leicester UK
  • 30 Oct 2011, 16:22
Chris has made it quite clear that I shouldn't look at your Sat posting ... so I haven't ... Do you believe me?
Bill Phillips: Dunno what he has got against my Saturday posting. A perfectly pleasant picture. Of course I believe you Richard. you used to be a teacher
Great colour again
Bill Phillips: Thanks very much John
Beautiful picture!
Bill Phillips: Thank you. I have just had a look at your site. you have some fine pictures there.
So, you're the kind of bloke who listens to blokes on bikes, eh? And you still believe that Droitwich exists - odder and odder, it disappeared with valve-driven radios (or wirelesses as we called them then smile )
Bill Phillips: The radio masts are still there. Droitwich is set to become a great tourist spot.

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