A bit early with the PAW this week as I won't be taking any more pics before tomorrow (it's almost dark already!). Last Saturday I took a little walk along the Kennet and Avon just west of Newbury, having visited Water Witch. During World War II, the Kennet formed a potential fall back line of defence against advancing German invaders. As a result, the north side of most of the bridges is accompanied by a pill box. Some of them are still out in the open, others have been hidden by the advance of nature, a bit like this one, which is not visible from the canal.
Canon 20d, Canon EF 24/2.8