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The Thames Path At Cookham

The Thames Path At Cookham

The River Thames as it flows through the village of Cookham on its way to London and the sea. The Thames Path is a long-distance trail which follows the river all the way from Cricklade in the Cotswold Hills to the Thames Barrier in Greenwich, London. Cookham, on the banks of the Thames is a village lying in the furthest north-east corner of Berkshire, England. Here the artist Sir Stanley Spencer lived and set many of his paintings. This image captured on a late afternoon as shadows lengthened.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 5604 x 3744, 22.87Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 28/10/2018

Ian Lewis | The Thames Path At Cookham
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