Ian Cheyne (1895 - 1955) 'Hell's Glen' 1928.Colour Woodcut on Paper.
My great grandfather is in this photo - on the master’s left. I think that puts it in the 1890s. What a bunch of reprobates.
Didcot Power Station, landmark of Oxfordshire since 1970, will be switched off today. (BBC)
…and it will be demolished early tomorrow morning. (BBC again)
Gorgeous model buoys for nautical training. [Maritime Heritage East]
Maritime buoyage models. [Ebay]
Vignettes of activity on the river Itchen, running down into Southampton Water:
The rowing club, Riverside Park, Cobden Bridge, the hulks, the Itchen Bridge, Shamrock Quay, the Independence Of The Seas, sailing at Weston Shore and a container ship.
I will always love drawing container ships, whether quickly or slowly (this was quick). Dogs will always take more effort.