Sunday, 27 November 2016

Loughborough in 50 shades of red

Last weekend we went for a lovely walk along the canal and I was struck by so much of what I saw that I decided that since it's been rather a long time since I posted a photographic blog about Loughborough, that I'd share some photos with you. So here are the latest in a series of "Red About Loughborough" photo posts. Do pop back and have a look at Part 1 and Part 2 as well!

Red paint on the canal towpath

A garden-side canoe

Just in case

Alongside the towpath

Almost French!

A red canopy

You can never have too many!

Mooring peg and rope 

Good to know!

And if I didn't get the message the first time ...

Red ripples, orange beak

New houses!

Attention fishermen!

Not sure about this one!

Serendipity too!

Stunning tree

More canoes!

Can't miss this outhouse!

Stressing the message!

Burning hedge

Pink's a shade of red

Red crane


A hint of red

Another hint of red

A hint of orange

Colourful bushes

Can't miss this sign!

Autumn rubbish




Still available!

Dogs are welcome

More success!

Sill available!

What a smart hat!

Pay with silver to use


A crafty sign!

Another burning bush


Name your price


The Co-operative!

Orange circle

Not for much longer


More Autumn rubbish

The red Olympic ring

The bells
Weekend Warlords

The red door

The posting box

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Dyer, Lynne (2016). Loughborough in 50 shades of red. [Online] Available from: [Accessed 27 November 2016]

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