Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Ponyutd, May 20, 2014.
Very Atkinson Grimshaw-esque. I like.
Out on Sunday in the blow up boat. Hope to deploy my Crayfish trap and get dinner.
them yankee crayfish are a real problem - good luck catching loads
part of a collection taken on and around the Woolwich Ferry last week - the 1960s boats have another week left...
Had a grand time in the thames mole and ember.
Seen on the Southbank
Art in dingy places: The joy of the Southbank floor mosaics
Found this oddity on the Thames today. Nailed to a sleeper.
Tower Bridge under construction, c. 1888
on tweeter today - Flashbak.com (@aflashbak) on Twitter
This is so far the biggest carp ever caught from the Thames. 50lb12oz. It really is a unique fish, possible the most special fish caught in the UK ever. Not the biggest but a really amazing beast. It shows the Thames really is a mysterious river. This fish will probably never be seen again
Surely there was no colour photography in 1888?
having said that, have found this elsewhere, and seems to be a black and white photo that has been colourised afterwards
Jet trails, blue skies, skyscrapers and glass lamps: a South Bank sunset, autumn 2018
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