Beyond Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

When I walk the two miles south along the Worcestershire and Staffordshire Canal, I pass through Stourport-on-Severn to the River Severn. At Stourport-on-Severn is the canal basin/port. Here are a few photos of the historic port:

The Black Star
Blossom’s Tea Rooms
Entry to the basin/port
Main Basin
Locks giving access to the River Severn and the rest of the world

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17 Responses to Beyond Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

  1. David says:

    Nice shots. I especially like the second with the subdued lighting and the depth added by the angle of the wooden crossing arm.

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  2. Ashley says:

    These pictures make me envy your location. And Tea Rooms to boot!

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  3. tootlepedal says:

    I am right in thinking that Stourport only came into existence because of the canal?

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  4. Very nice images, Michael, and so nice to see the Wilden Marsh environs.

    Like

  5. Sherry Felix says:

    Lovely scenes. I can see they have been processed. What app do you use? Is it Lightroom? Perhaps the dark blue next to the cloud in the main basin could be stepped back a little. Masking out some of the effects helps keep it real (if you want to :-)). I just watched a terrific tutorial on skies put out by onOne.

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