I popped to Erith on Friday to have a look at the river there. I only parked for half an hour and had time for a quick look around. I rushed around taking random photos of whatever caught my eye!
I love a keep off the grass sign. I can clearly see a worn path going acros the grass where people have daringly disobeyed.
Look at all these heads. I was so happy to see them!
A Thames red-sailed barge on the side of The White Hart, which is an African and European fusion food restaurant. (Not that obvious but I just looked it up.)
I liked this scene.
The mud looks terrifying.
A sign commemorating the Pilgrim Ferry between Erith and Rainham Marshes. 800 years ago!
A tiny Hindu deity in the mud. Either an offering, or a chipped statue, which needs to be immersed in water. (There are various explanations.)
I liked the angles of the wall and the contrastingly rounded shrubbery.