… from some of your Thames-side Twitter friends.
Many of you will know Ruth Wadey as a star “weather watcher” featured across several British TV channels screening her ever-changing river Thames and sky views. From her perch high up on the river bank at Twickenham, she captures the river in all its moods and fills our timelines with sunrises, sunsets, and magical clouds.
This is a ‘welcome home’ tribute for you Ruth, and comes with all best wishes for your speedy recovery, from a few of the friends we share on Twitter. It’s also a chance to share with everyone some of the beauty of the world around the tidal Thames.
©Andrew Wilson “There’s nothing better than a high tide in Twickenham as the sun sets behind Ruth’s home – Hope you’re feeling better, all the best, Andrew Wilson” See: https://www.wildlondon.co.uk And follow him @wildlondonpics
“Dear Ruth, I am so sorry to hear that you have been unwell, but relieved that you are now back home and recuperating. I did miss you and your wonderful photos. You need to make haste slowly- that said it will be a very happy day when I see you in the park again. Sue x” ©Sue Lindenberg Follow her on @patlinberg
©Clare Delmar “Sending you the energy & strength of the sculler with the peace & tranquility of the river.” Follow her on @ClareDelmar
©Ben James “My wonderful friend Ruth, it is such a pleasure and honour to call you that. I truly hope you make a full and speedy recovery, best wishes, prayers and love, Ben James xx” See: https://www.benjamesphotography.co.uk And follow him @BenJamesPhotos
©Kristi Tange. “Wishing you all the best in your recovery, and look forward to seeing your beautiful photos.” Follow her @KristiTange
CreatingMemories73. “Ruth you are forever known as the Queen of the Weather Watchers, to watch as you observe and capture with your camera is a delight, you inspired me to be proud of my photography.” Follow him @CMemories73
For Ruth from Simon Treasure Photography. Follow him @Simon_Treasure
“To Ruth, Like the colours in the sky at sunrise and sunset are ever changing, so is our life. Sometimes dark clouds gather but as sure as a new day begins, those dark skies will clear. Look for the light and stay strong. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Big hug, lots of love. Astrid” See Nikon Photographer And follow her @Astrid_Tontson
Thank you Ruth for bringing your imagination and talent to brighten the timelines of your Twitter followers. Hope this Cory tug will be a symbol of your return to health … Xx
To find Ruth See Ruth’s art Gallery Follow Ruth on Twitter @ruths_gallery