Over the next couple of years or so I'll be hiking the Thames Path from the source of the River Thames near Kemble in Gloucestershire to its finish at the Thames Barrier a little to the east of central London. Its official length is 184 miles, so I'll be hiking at least 368 miles as I'll hike it fully in both directions. And as I sometimes go off piste it will end up well over 400 miles. See the very first post for further information.
Monday, 8 June 2015
Day 25 - 6th June 2015 - Richmond upon Thames to Chiswick Bridge
The Thames from here on is tidal so today I hiked throughout the period from low to high tide. After all of this time hiking the path it seems odd to see the Thames flowing the 'wrong way'. From here to the end the Thames path ceases to be on just one bank of the Thames. It is now designated on both sides - so, for the remainder of the hike I've decided each day to hike out on one side then back on the other side. My previous comments about reducing inspiration still hold though I did find a few images. I've yet to draw a blank.
Click on any image to see full size views of the day's set of images.