The private jetty that Ben hit with the boat

photo: fastened to the river bank is a handmade mooring platform, constructed with wooden packing pallets, blue water drums, steel-tubing rails, and car tyres; lifesaving floats and rings adorn the steel rails; car registration plates with the words 'PRIVATE MOORING' hang above a hand-painted sign that politely adds 'PLEASE'; further down the bank is moored a small private motor boat.

Location: at the bottom of the bank below The Camp House on the River Severn.

Date: Monday 29th June 1998.

Equipment: Canon EOS 50e using 50mm f/1.8 lens.

Emulsion: Fujifilm Superia 400.

Keywords: private mooring, jetty, river bank, accidental collision.

Notes: not being a qualified jetty engineer, I can't actually work out whether the collision caused any damage.