I want you to try and imagine relaxing in a comfortable seat as we slowly drift along in our boat as the light fades.
Listen to the sounds of the gently lapping water.
The call of a bird carries across the water and in the distance, a long way off, there’s a radio playing music.
The voices of our friends descends to just a murmur as we savour the moment…..
This guy was sitting on the shoreline at Fort Kochi alongside people selling fish. He was hopefully doing business demonstrating and selling the parts of a Spirograph drawing game…..
An impromptu game of cricket of the sort that you see many engaged in throughout India on an afternoon that was strangely quiet owing to a general strike that was afflicting Kerala. This photo was taken in Ernakulam, not far from Fort Kochi.
A quiet moment during afternoon tea in a lovely old cottage in the Blists Hill Victorian Museum in Shropshire, England, and given an old masters treatment.
A visit yesterday into the hinterland took me, in the company of members of the Stewartry Camera Club, to Blackstone Clydesdales near Cumnock.
This is the first time that I have tried my hand at photographing horses….and beauties they were!
Perhaps that accounts for the fact that I only caught his nose….definitely the best part though!
Queen Victoria, Empress of India, looks down on the manager of the bank in the Victorian town at Blists Hill open air museum.