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 … Continue reading →
Grand Union Canal towpath, 10.1.14. A while back I saw a Tweet describing discarded plastic sheeting as ‘Unfortunate wraiths, snagged in the wind’. A lovely metaphor if there wasn’t so much of it, particularly on the waterways around London.