Misty morning: the Thames, Richmond, Surrey, 8.50am
I love working close to the River Thames in Richmond. Especially on a day like today, when the river alters its appearance faster than a quick change artist.
As I approached the office, I just had to take a photo of the moody, misty vew of Richmond Bridge. I knew that the mist would soon give way to a glorious spring day. So it proved, and I went back at lunchtime to take a contrasting shot from the same place (below).
But the river had a further surprise. As I started my drive home, Water Lane and Riverside were flooded by the high tide, so I quickly reversed - and took another couple of photos!
One last image. I was struck my the fine features of this Great War soldier, carved in stone on Richmond's war memorial in front of the office. That stony sentinel has seen countless tides in the last 90 years!