There were two cormorant in courting plumage on the favourite perch in the middle of The Dart this morning. They appeared to be taking turns preening, I could not get a shot of both of them looking up.
The forecast said more than a 90% chance of heavy rain for my walk to work this morning, so I struggled into all my waterproof gear. Not a drop of rain fell on me, but the river showed signs of a lot of rain up on Dartmoor.
Yes, converted warehouses. I've mentioned Jeff before, an artist from the Midlands who regularly visits Totnes and produces pictures of his own "take" on Totnes; he and his wife are looking at renting one for their summer visit.
Jeff is currently producing a series of pictures on the colour of the river based on some of my photos...
I started my walk to work this morning half an hour after high tide. The current high tides are not the most extreme, so I wasn't sure how bad the flooding would be. I managed the first part of Riverside Walk, as far as the end of Snipe Island, with a little scrambling through the undergrowth beside the path. The river was practically static and with it being a bright morning there were some great reflections.