From Bradford-on-Avon to Bath, and back, on a canal boat – 1

A first set of pictures of the boat as we progressed along the canal from Bradford-on-Avon, through the only lock we navigated (twice) during our four-day trip. The second and third shots are of the boat crossing one of the two aqueducts we crossed, and the fourth – just a bit of fun which might have something to do with the shoes needing a bit of fresh air as the boat approached the Dundas aqueduct.

Kennet & Avon Canal

 

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2 Comments

  1. Jim Bartlett September 27, 2018 at 06:02 #

    It’s interesting to compare the last two shots, David, taken in the same place but at different times, and with very different light.

    • David September 27, 2018 at 19:35 #

      Isn’t it just. It really shows how important light is in a composition. I thought I’d included the EXIF data with the shots, but I haven’t. Something else to check – you certainly keep me on my toes Jim!

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