If you wish to amuse young people, tell them about the days before digital photography. They may not realise that there was a time when you could not take pictures with your phone, not least because it was at home, attached to the wall by a cable. No, if you wanted to take photographs, you put light sensitive paper into a camera, carefully rationed the twenty-four shots it gave you, took the exposed film to a pharmacist who sent it away to a lab to be soaked in chemicals and you received your prints about a week later. Taking a photo of your lunch, having hundreds of copies made and sending each one in a letter to your friends was not a popular pastime. Digital photography has changed all this of course, though the result is that most of us take too many pictures. I shot several hundred over the course of Henley Royal Regatta and about one hundred were included in my various posts. However, at the end of the Regatta, I always find that I have many images that I like but which were not included in my reports. Here are some of them, I hope that you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed taking them.