April 18 #64 from a service of Compline, in Holy Week 2018
March 18 #63 It all changed within five minutes on Abingdon Bridge, as the snow rolled in on the first day of March 2018.
First Daffodils of 2018
February 18 #62 The first daffodils of 2018 appeared simultaneously on the verge of the B4017 Abingdon Road, Drayton and at Fairacres Retail park in Abingdon
January 18 #61 Statue of King Alfred, in his birthplace at Wantage, in Oxfordshire
December 17 #60
November 17 #59 Candles left in remembrance of lost loved ones, for All Souls' Day, on the War Memorial in the churchyard at Saint Mary and Saint John, Cowley Road, Oxford
October 17 #58 held annually at The Bear and Ragged Staff, Cumnor, a celebration of Autumn, featuring a pumpkin carving competition and slightly edgy Morris
September 17 #57 in Jubilee Square, Woking, on a recent fare, this image of Catafalque (2003) by Sean Henry
All Good Gifts
August 17 #56 Every Friday from 1100 to 1300, in season, there is a Plant and Produce Sale in the churchyard at Saint Nicolas, Abingdon
Everything That Has Breath
July 17 #55 Daisy Bank, Abingdon
June 17 #54
Market Place, Abingdon, showing window display for Mayor of Ock Street celebrations, one of England's last remaining mock mayor events
May 17 #53 Garford, Oxfordshire
All Things Bright and Beautiful
April 17 #52 Saint Nicolas Church #Abingdon
A Single Track Road With Passing Places Less Travelled
March 17 #51 Cuddesdon Road, between Chiselhampton and Denton
Under An Oxfordshire Sky IV
February 17 #50 Didcot Power Station, from B4017 at Oday Hill, Drayton
Keep Thy Foot
January 17 #49 "Keep thy foot when thou / goest to the House of God", from Ecclesiastes 5:1 "and be more ready to hear, than to give the sacrifice of fools: for they consider not that they do evil." inscribed on the porch floor of Saint Peter's Church, Drayton, near Abingdon.
December 16 #48 Market Place, Abingdon
November 16 #47 The Square Abingdon
The Edge of Narnia
October 16 #46 High Street, Oxford
On A Spur of Rock
September 16 #45 Clifton Hampden, Oxfordshire
August 16 #44 Independence of the Seas, Southampton
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