I must apologise to my reader (readers?) for the huge gap between this blog post and my last blog post. My only excuse is that the house move and associated stuff did take rather longer than expected. Anyway, I’m here in Worcester now and photographically it’s looking very promising indeed.
“Red sky at night, photographer’s delight”? Not all the time perhaps, but here behind the River Severn at Diglis it certainly was a fab sunset. The fish rising added a bit of extra shape to the foreground, which was very handy.
Worcester has a lot of very interesting buildings, ranging from Medieval to brand spanking new. This is the boathouse for the King’s School Boat Club. It was opened in 2012 and is in the shape of a boat. The shapes and contrast worked best in black and white.
Finally a portrait. There’s an elephant sculpture art trail on in Worcester at present. It’s to raise money for a local hospice. Each elephant has been painted by a different artist of group. This one had a fabulously green face and the eye looks a bit scary!
So, a great start to my Worcester journey. I’m looking forward to the future.