Dinger and Manda were on an adventure. Moored at Caen Hill locks on the Kennet & Avon Canal, they explained their changing relationship with the towns that they passed through, now viewed from a boat. Their demeanour was laissez-faire, a refreshingly passive approach to their journey and to their surroundings. The canal is exquisite at this section, with a friendly pub and shops just up the towpath, a gregarious hub surrounded by trees in full bloom, with a blue sky above.
What the boat means to Dinger and Manda.