The photographs of January

The photographs of January

2020 has arrived. It’ll be a big year (more on that another day). I also plan to get out for some more photography.

For now, enjoy a bit of a retrospective from Japan, a local Church shot at the start of the month and someone from my past.

Bridge in Omihachiman.

Taken while I went on a visit to La Collina in Shiga. The nearby town has a river flowing through that’s a focal point for the tourist route. It’s well worth popping riverside to enjoy scenes like this.

St John’s Church in Watford

The town of Watford is just north of London and has several churches. St John’s is one I walk past every day, tucked away amongst the closely knit Victorian Terraces that are a signature feature of the town.

The Green Door

This is a bit of a sneaky one. Raven did appear on the site this month, she was just hidden away in an article on Stock Photography to lift your content marketing.

Not a Scramble Crossing

Seen in Osaka outside Umeda station. It seems every city in Japan has its version of the Shibuya scramble crossing. Just on a different scale.

(And yes, my tongue is firmly in my cheek)

And finally … Snowdrops

I went for a walk down by the Colne in the last week of January. Finding Snowdrops was a bit of a surprise – thought they’d be out a touch later.

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