Photo above courtesy Kevin Maslin

With all the heavy rain we have had let's share some wonderful  'all things water' photography from our brilliant and talanted people with real passion.

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'All things Water' from across Birmingham & the West Midlands





Photo above courtesy Kevin Maslin

With all the heavy rain we have had let's share some wonderful  'all things water' photography from our brilliant and talanted people with real passion.


Gas Street Basin

Photo courtesy Chris Fletcher

 

Moseley Park & Pool

Photo courtesy Barry Whitehead

 

Gas Street Basin

Photo courtesy Christine Wright

 

Birmingham & Fazeley Canal

Photo courtesy Kevin Maslin

 

Along the canals just past Digbeth

Photo courtesy Tammie Naughton

 

Doing the loop the canal way in Birmingham

Photo courtesy Jay Mason Burns 

 

Brindleyplace

Photo courtesy Damien Walmsley

 

Edgbaston Reservoir 

Photo courtesy Daniel Sturley

 

Witton Lakes Park

Photo courtesy Elliott Brown

 

Gas Street Basin

Photo courtesy Mac McCreery

 

Swanshurst Park

Photo courtesy Karl Newton

 

Gas Street Basin

Photo courtesy Pete Davies

 

It's good to get out for a ride or walk on our West Midland Canals

Photo courtesy Peter Leadbetter

 

Urban Autumn in Birmingham

Photo courtesy Victoria Ball

 

250 years since West Bromwich was linked to Birmingham by canal

Photo courtesy Kevin Maslin

 

Cannon Hill Park Lake 

Photo courtesy Karl Newton

 

Gas Street Basin in Snow

Photo courtesy Daniel Sturley

 

Early evening sunset at Gas Street Basin in Birmingham

Photo courtesy Chris Fletcher

 

Regency Wharf in Birmingham

Photo courtesy Barry Whitehead

 

Fox Hollies Park

Photo courtesy Tammie Naughton

 

The Blue Hour, Edgbaston Reservoir 

Photo courtesy Karl Newton

 

Autumnal reflections

Photo courtesy Jay Mason Burns

 

Kings Heath Park, Birmingham

Photo courtesy Christine Wright

 

Canal Journey 

Photo courtesy Damien Walmsley

 

Pool in Moseley Park

Photo courtesy Elliott Brown

 

Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham

Photo courtesy Peter Leadbetter