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photoblog image Thames view near Henley.
Thames view near Henley.|

Thames view near Henley.

Bright winter landscape. The gardens of Henley Management College can be seen on the left.

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nice shrubbery by the waters edge ...!
John Prior: Cheers Crash
Strong winter colors with nice blue sky. Not very usual at this time of the year.
John Prior: Cheers, a bright winter day makes all the difference
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Jan 2012, 07:22
I love when winter looks like this on a sunny day, John.
John Prior: Likewise Ginnie, cheers smile
I now understand why they are called Box hedges [grin]
John Prior: That's how they come from the garden centre smile
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 9 Jan 2012, 08:12
The Thames is staRTIing to widen out here John.
John Prior: Yes Chad it is fairly wide here, cheers.
very nice landscape here, a must visit!
John Prior: Yes indeed, thanks Chantal
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Jan 2012, 09:12
A super part of the world John: looks like some lucky person's house & garden backs directly onto the river
John Prior: The gardens seen on the left belong to the property that was known as Greenlands. This was owned by the 3rd Viscount of Hambleden, who in 1946 offered the house and grounds to Henley Business School who bought it outright from the family in 1952. Now part of Reading University. Looking at their website a three week course could set you back £15,000.00
That's a lovely sky for the time of year.
John Prior: Yes Sheila, nice to have the odd bright day smile
This has all the feel of a fine crisp winter day John.
John Prior: Thanks Brian
A very nice scene John. Great shot.
John Prior: Thanks Frances
There is a very good Chinese restaurant in Henley
John Prior: Yes indeed, although I would always head for the Indian out of preference smile
And a lovely view it is!

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