It was Sunday, so the weekend fishers were out bright and early: well maybe earlier than bright. There is a heron in both photos although I didn't know it at the time. monitor magnification does help one to see more. It's not sharp as I wasn't focusing there, but I still like its presence.
As the sun rose higher, I shifted my attention to the southern bank and the Boulton Brown Mill. My processing is somewhat painterly in this case.
Still focusing on the mill, I shifted my position to just capture the sun just peeking over the corner of the building. I squeezed the aperture to get the rays, but this, along with shooting directly toward the sun produced a lot of sun flares.
In the first photo I tried to minimize the flares, but I just went with them in the second image. They were processed on different days and in different ways, so the colour balance and saturation are not identical. In the end, I think I prefer the flares in the second version.