The River Kent forms a natural heart to the village of Sedgwick.

The river has many faces. In 2015 it saw some of the worst floods in the region’s history. But most of the time, it’s peaceful and beautiful.

It has some special moods, but you have to be there to photograph them. Not a matter of skill, rather right place at the right time.

Which is to say that I was lucky with this one. The perfect summer day, the dog walk that took me to the river…and then this view of late summer’s splendour.

What did we do before popular photography? Forego the ability to share such moments, I suppose… Poets might disagree!

©Stephen Tanham 2022

Stephen Tanham is a Director of the Silent Eye, a journey through the forest of personality to the dawn of Being.

http://www.thesilenteye.co.uk and http://www.suningemini.blog

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