Wandering in Wapping….a bit of Blue

Almost my last image from the 1998 Wapping Wanders….

Wapping blues....

Wapping blues….



  1. That is really nice brickwork – the patterns and the texture.

    • Thanks Nik!! I did do a bit of enhancement to bring out those very details, Robin….sometimes a bit of post-processing pays ­čÖé

  2. Blue’s good and I agree with Robin – nice texture there.

  3. Hmmm….would have been another great entry for “abandoned” Sue! Nicely captured.

  4. Lovely. But I think I like the red better ­čÖé

  5. A very interesting picture with the contrast between the climbing and living tree; and the run down brick building. Very nicely captured.

  6. so sad but the blue makes the windows still charming.

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