River Thames weekend walks

The weekend was a tale of two seasons. Saturday felt like the last day of summer with the sunshine, blue skies and very mild temperatures making it a perfect day for a walk by the river. This time I took the south bank of Thames and headed west towards Hammersmith. The river was busy with boats, kayaks, paddle boards; the walking path busy with runners, dogs, cyclists.

Sunday felt like a proper first day of autumn. I have gone out quite late and the fog was already rolling in around the river. I crossed the bridge to head towards the north bank and then walked through the woods first. Still lots of greenery mixed with the autumnal shades. By the time I got back to the river I welcomed a completely different world. The river disappeared in the dense fog making it a quite surreal place.


25 thoughts on “River Thames weekend walks

  1. Your photographs are gorgeous especially the ones looking down into the fog along the river and past the jetty. What a wonderful way to spend your weekend.

  2. It certainly was a tale of two seasons! The pictures show such a contrast. The misty photos are particularly gorgeous but the whole collection is lovely. What a lovely weekend. 🙂

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