Sunday, 5 April 2009

First post....

The river Ock is a small tributary of the River Thames. Rising in the North Wessex Downs (famous for the Uffington White Horse) it flows through South Oxfordshire, eventually joining the Thames in Abingdon.

It even has it's own Wikipedia entry

In this blog, I hope to write about and photograph the wildlife and changes to the Ock and surrounding area, which I have enjoyed for the past few years.

The river Ock - viewed from the 'Ock Valley Walk' bridge, west of Abingdon.

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