Thanks for the coments, you are right there are a lack of trees in the general streetscape of Bath, where there are trees they tend to be HUGE old trees that dominate a square or circus. Its something i get quite pashionate about in cities (green space), but as Bath is surrounded on all sides by green tree lined hills, its not such an issue that ive noticed.
Assembly rooms (where my sister got married)
highlighting my point, at the center of the circus are a few large ancient trees
Wow, very kind comments guys, you make me blush! Thank you! Arrgh, bath is a very vibrant city with a large student population balanced by a quite conservative local folk. its the only city in the Uk where it is legal to perform on the streets with no license, so lots of street performers and loads of tourists, add to this a very wealthy population and it all adds to an exciting mix of people and city living.
Thanks for the comments, thats a weir used to ensure there is always a certain level of water in the river. Boat trips happen both sides of the weir independantly though there is a lock (not sure if it works) to the right of the pic.
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