Little Venice’s annual cavalcade boat thing. There’s lots of flags and boats and things to look at. There must be quite a traffic jam afterwards.
Life on a boat happens at such breakneck speed that you need to relax whenever you can. Seen here during the Little Venice cavalcade.
Between Regent’s Park and Little Venice is a section of canal that is home to a small community. You can walk along the path during the daytime and enjoy the eclectic bric-a-brac along the way.
Along a stretch of Regent’s Canal are a series of magnificent houses. I’ve never seen them used by anyone, but I like to imagine grand parties and shadowy events happening. On a still day I might see both.
Bought from a man in Central Park, seen in a bit of garden next to a canal boat.
On a scorching summer day there’s nothing better than gently floating down the canal with a tub of rhubarb above your head*, Seen at Grand Union canal in Paddington Basin. * My previous attempts at identifying things have fallen a little flat, so this may … Continue reading Rhubarb Express
If you’re going to live in a canal boat you may as well add a bit of sparkle to it.
A mother and her family of ducklings contemplate whether to go for a swim in Regent’s Canal.
I liked how the water was reflecting under this railway bridge.
Seen near the Grand Union canal near Little Venice. It is still a bit a cold.