Storm Francis at the Solent
A sunny Hotwalls, Old Portsmouth
The INEOS Americas Cup boat (75ft and capable of 50+ knots!) and HQ, Old Portsmouth
An early evening view across Southsea Common
Old Bill and her friends at Camber Dock
Gunwharf Quays was busy today
The bigger picture
From Warrior to Wightlink and everything in between
The new social distancing rules are being widely promoted in Old Portsmouth.
Lights, camera, action!
Our little piece of Portsmouth
Portsmouth bids farewell to French frigate Chevalier Paul
Detail of Portsmouth Naval Memorial’s finial.
Baker Trayte’s distinctive yellow work vessels are dwafted by the French frigate Chevalier Paul, moored at South Railway Jetty, Portsmouth Naval Dockyard
About 20 yards and 241 years separate HMS Victory and the French frigate Chevalier Paul, Portsmouth Harbour
Nine Black-headed gulls
“seagulls can soar through the sky, the minute they get in the mood. And when seagulls take wing, they become a new thing, and always capture my eye”
Inspired by and adapted from: Seagulls, by Kate Coombs
Morning tea in rather grand surroundings. Cosy Club, Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth
A cold bright St David’s day at Old Portsmouth
Parking in Portsmouth
Frequent showers at Gunwharf Quays