After a leisurely breakfast and a quick look at the map book the dogs were put in the van, their water supply topped up, and I hit the road for the first part of my day, a visit to Horning. Although I've been there several times before and taken many photos I've never got a shot of the main village street as it's always been too full of cars and people, but I'd recently seen a photo of it which had inspired me to try to get my own view. With very few cars and even less people it was easy enough for me to take my shot without anything or anyone getting in the way, but maybe a few people would have helped as for once the street really looked rather empty.
From there I wandered along the road until the cottages and houses became almost non-existant, then after discovering a pretty little backwater off the main river I made my way back to the riverside itself. While there may have been very few people in the village it was the complete opposite on the riverside - even though the end of the season wasn't far off it was a hive of activity, with boats of all types and sizes out on the water.
With over two dozen photos in the bag - and to be honest I've been very tempted to put them all on here - I made my way back up the hill to the village hall car park where I'd left the van, gave the dogs a drink, then set off for my second port of call. It was somewhere I'd never been to before so I was looking forward to exploring and hopefully adding some more photos to my collection.