Revisiting part of a walk I completed 12 months ago – through Brent River Park, Hanwell.
Wasn’t sure if this was a memorial or not. Placed on a tree over the River Brent, there was nothing to suggest why these flowers were there, but it looked quite deliberate.
I have photographed the Wharncliffe Viaduct many times. Wandering around beneath the huge arches is like being in a film set. Maybe ‘Logan’s Run’ …..nature reclaiming a derelict city.
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River Brent, under the Wharncliffe Viaduct, Hanwell. 26.12.13
The ancient Celts used to toss shields, swords and items of great value into rivers as a tribute to spirits and gods. Such a shame we no longer continue with this tradition. From a series I have been working on called ‘Confluence’.