Regent’s Canal

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The other week I went for a walk along the east­ern end of the Regent’s Canal with my dad. I used to live down the other end of it, and I’ve pretty much walked the entire length a lot of times. It’s one of the few short canals around here, most of the others are long inter­city ones.


My cous­ins used to live in Yarmouth (also home of the wonder­fully terrible waxwork place), and  we used to go on days out on a rented boat along the Broads. Open­ing and clos­ing locks, and watch­ing the water suddenly change levels is enorm­ous fun when you’re a kid. It’s still fun as a grownup.



I’m always taking b&w photos of water reflec­tions. Can’t get enough of them. Here’s some from Város­li­get in Budapest.

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