Friday, 20 April 2012

That view again...


Regular readers of my blog will recognise this view as I have shown it several times before.  It's another of the lovely vistas that I am treated to on my commute to work.  I'm fascinated by how this scene changes throughout the year and according to the different weathers and lights.  This week it has been bright in the early sunshine and the reflections are very crisp in the still waters of the canal.  I have been especially noticing the three chimneys - all different.  (The one furthest away is Salts Mill).

To see other pictures taken at more or less the same spot please click the label 'that view' below.

This is one for Weekend Reflections.  To see the other entries in the theme please click here.

9 comments:

  1. Hope you've not been too late for work having taken all these glorious photos.

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    1. Luckily we work flexitime so a few minutes dallying doesn't matter!

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  2. A very well post. I liked the post and have also bookmarked you. All the best for future endeavors
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  3. Very clean crisp reflections.

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  4. There's something about a canalside scene that I love. Nice one.

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  5. It's always interesting to see that same view at different times

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  6. I love the reflections! How come there ain't any black smoke cumin' aht?

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  7. Such clear, lovely reflections on the still, still water! Terrific captures for the day, Jenny! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  8. It's not many who can boast a walk to work next to a row of factory buildings and get gorgeous photos! You'd not be charmed by any factory photos I'd get here in China, that's for sure. Lucky you. Perfect reflection shot too. [I'm horridly behind in blog hoppping, my proxy is too slow and my plate too full; but wanted to drop by to say hello.]

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