Source to Sea - 16th February - The Thames through Neigh Bridge Country Park

February 17, 2017  •  15 Comments

The Thames through Neigh Bridge Country Park.

It had been an early start and I parked in the car park at the Neigh Bridge Country Park before heading up river. The clarity of the water and tightly twisting path of the river reminded more of a mountain stream than the Thames. It was only a foot deep in most places. The river disappeared into the grounds of a private house before re-emerging and continuing towards Poole Keynes.  I spent most of my time wading in the river with my cameras and so didn't get very far up river. By late morning I headed back to the car as I was meeting with David Wood at 2pm for a spot of fly-fishing.....

Poole Keynes, The River ThamesPoole Keynes, The River Thames                 


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