As you may be aware from some of my earlier posts, in January I started a new job. I’m very lucky in that it’s close enough to walk to if I choose, and I can walk most of the way along a stretch of the Grand Union Canal, the longest canal in England.
It’s a lovely walk, and one replete with photo opportunities. From golden green vistas
To blossom caught on the water’s surface at an old lock gate
And unique touches on some of the canal boats, like this wonderful knotted mermaid.
It’s also home to some interesting little doors, like this one I photographed earlier in the week. I’ve seen the owner of this boat before on my walks, a friendly fellow with a dog, always ready to say good morning. From the sign I’d say he might have a sense of humour, too.
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