Monday, 16 April 2012
Abingdon Spring Head
Abingdon Spring Head 2012-Div01 - Images by Rob Bowker
I just worked out (assuming I get my decimal points in the right place) that yesterday I spent 8 hours on the banks of the Thames to produce less than 3 seconds work. That's 1576 photos at roughly 1/500 second each. This got whittled down to 852 photos, so the fruits of my labour amount to under a couple of second's worth of action. Then there's the next 8 hours editing, uploading and marketing...
Just goes to show how your mind wanders between divisions. Mental maths doesn't keep you warm, but it takes your mind off the biting North wind.
Speaking of which, Divisions 2, 3 and 4 will be live online before noon today.
Results on Abingdon RC's website
PS: 10% of all profits from the sale of these images goes to Wallingford RC's Weights Shed Appeal.
Posted by Rob Bowker at 10:48 0 comments
Labels: Abingdon Rowing Club, Abingdon Spring Head, competition, river, rowing, sculling, Thames, watersport
Friday, 13 April 2012
Wheat field with path
Posted by Rob Bowker at 22:18 0 comments
Labels: clouds, hedge, panorama, panoramic earth, wheat
Thursday, 12 April 2012
Ridgeway, The Python
Posted by Rob Bowker at 22:15 0 comments
Labels: bridleway, footpath, long distance path, oilseed rape, panorama, panoramic earth, singletrack
Wednesday, 11 April 2012
St John the Baptist, Mongewell
According to Bob, the ground keeper, St John the Baptist (c.1250) fell into disrepair between the first and second world wars. It was partially rebuilt at the expense of a local family. It is cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust.Appropriately close to the river! Read more...
Posted by Rob Bowker at 22:14 0 comments
Tuesday, 10 April 2012
Union Road viaduct, The Torrs
Posted by Rob Bowker at 11:00 0 comments
Labels: New Mills, panorama, panoramic earth, Torr Vale, viaduct
Monday, 9 April 2012
Under Millennium Walkway, New Mills
Posted by Rob Bowker at 11:00 2 comments
Labels: columns, gorge, Millennium Walkway, New Mills, River Goyt, Torr Vale Mill, trolls
Sunday, 8 April 2012
Torr Vale, New Mills
About Torr Vale
Posted by Rob Bowker at 19:10 3 comments
Labels: bridge, crown, Goyt, industrial, New Mills, panorama, panoramic earth, Torr Vale
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