A photo safari along the banks of England's greatest river, the Thames, from FishesEye Photo at FishesEye.com
Over 1000 photographic and 19th century scanned photo images of the River Thames, supplied on CD-ROM
From the river's source near Cricklade, through scenic villages and historic towns, following the Thames Path through London to the estuary - a journey through over 2000 years of English history.
Locations include: Oxfordshire Villages, Oxford, London, Windsor, Hampton Court, Walton, Richmond, Windsor, Kingston
Subjects: Tourism, Bridges, Locks, Pubs, Monuments, Castles and Stately Homes, Nature, History, Vistas, Panoramas, Scenic
Picture concordance details
Ideal resources for use in educational projects, theses, personal websites, presentations, lectures, screensavers, etc.
All images in .jpg format.
Thumbnail contact sheets, viewable via internet browers
Non-commercial and educational use license included
Commercial usage license for images, and selected ultra-high resolution files (suitable for print media) available at extra charge, please enquire
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Also from FishesEye:
River Thames Views - Windows Screensaver
England's great river captured in a beautiful slideshow anthology of panoramic photos, vintage photos, maps, prints & engravings - savour the country villages, quaint bridges, locks, weirs, historic riverside pubs, boats...
Includes London, Oxford, Eton, Windsor, Richmond, Hampton Court, Greenwich, Kingston, Westminster, and views from the Thames Path in a rolling journey from the source to the estuary. Over 175 images, with random transition effects.
Supplied as a .SCR file. Simply download or copy it to your Windows default screensaver directory (normally C:\Windows or C:\Windows\system32, depending on the version of windows you are using). Then open your computer's Control Panel, select the Display icon, click on the Screensaver tab, and choose "FlyerSaver" from the list.
As with any screensaver, you can specify options such as the period of inactivity that passes before the slideshow opens. A great value souvenir, gift or branding statement for your computer. Just $4.99
100 Vintage Views of London - A Picture Postcard Slideshow
An illustrated PDF-format ebook album of early photos of London, mainly late 19th century / early 20th. Includes monchrome, sepia, hand-tinted and colortint images by publishers such as Tuck.
This electronic edition contains over one hundred period photos, mainly captioned postcards of Victorian and Edwardian London, plus Londoners, the River Thames, and all the famous monuments (Tower, Parliament, Westminster, Piccadilly, St Paul's, Buckingham Palace, Strand, Regent Street), including period cabs, buses and busy street scenes. The slideshow opens by default in Acrobat's rolling presentation mode, with random transition effects between each of the images - a veritable magic lantern show for the digital age - an ebook with a difference! Includes color as well as black and white images. The show takes ten minutes, before looping back to the start. You can interrrupt at any point to linger longer over any of the pictures. Supplied as a PDF file, for Acrobat Reader. Just $3.99 to download
The River Thames - Vintage Print and Photo Album (PDF ebook / slideshow)
England's great river captured in a fascinating anthology of vintage prints, photos, and early postcards - savour the country villages, quaint bridges, locks, weirs, historic riverside pubs, boats...
Includes London, Oxford, Eton, Windsor, Richmond, Hampton Court, Greenwich, Kingston, Westminster, Southend, Greenwich, and views from the Thames Path in a rolling journey from the source to the estuary. Dozens of nostalgic images, many in color, and from famous sources such as Victorian photographer Henry Taunt.
In PDF ebook format for Acrobat Reader, with optional rolling slideshow functionality and random transition effects! In presentation mode this e-book makes a novel alternative to a screensaver. New, improved and extended version, February 2010: formatted in Landscape / Widescreen format (16 x 9 aspect), optimized for laptop / HDTV screens!
Oxford Water-Colours, By John Fulleylove, R.I.
John Fulleylove 1845-1908, became a prominent British painter, noted for his landscapes and illustrated books.
One of the most sought after of his books is Oxford Water-colours, first published in 1916, and reproduced here in ebook format.
The paintings include some of the most famous and venerable University colleges as well as architectural highlights and scenes including the Bodleian Library and River Isis.
This electronic “facsimile e-dition” features hyperlinked contents, thumbnail images, mock aged paper effect and mixed portrait / landscape mode to best present the paintings.
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