Thames - Source to Sea Through the Sesaons | January 8th - Lyd Well

January 8th - Lyd Well

January 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

The 8th of January saw another visit to Kemble, near the source, starting at Lyd Well and heading downstream under the A429 bridge and along the river, now filled with small green plants. It was another grey sky but this did create very soft lighting. Returning to my car it was nearly dusk and I entered one of the two tubes that form a curved tunnel for the river to flow through beneath the A429. There were long, think white spiders webs dangling from the roof so I set up my camera on a tripod and painted the tunnel with a powerful torch during a time exposure.

The River Thames near Lyd Well,  Kemble. CotswoldsThe River Thames near Lyd Well, Kemble. Cotswolds River Thames flowing through one of two tunnels under the A429 Bridge, near Kemble.River Thames flowing through one of two tunnels under the A429 Bridge, near Kemble. The River Thames near Lyd Well,  Kemble. River Thames.The River Thames near Lyd Well, Kemble. River Thames. The River Thames near Lyd Well,  Kemble. River Thames.The River Thames near Lyd Well, Kemble. River Thames. The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble.The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble. The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble.The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble. The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble.The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble. The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble.The River Thames, south of the A429, near Kemble. Spiders webs dangle from the roof of a tunnel beneath the A429 Bridge, River Thames, near Kemble.Spiders webs dangle from the roof of a tunnel beneath the A429 Bridge, River Thames, near Kemble.


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