I took this photo of Hannah and me holding hands at the top of Troopers Hill, overlooking Bristol, just as the sun went down. It’s my entry into the Valentine’s Day Photo Challenge.Read more "Sunset romance"
This weekend I visited London with friends from choir. It wasn’t your average tourist outing though – we had tickets to go to the top of the Shard. This new building is the tallest in the EU and has the highest viewing platform in the UK. We went up at about 3:30 and stayed until […]Read more "The Shard"
I happened to be in Clifton the other night, so I made a panorama of the bridge. It’s made of three frames, shot handheld.Read more "Clifton Suspension Bridge at night"
This week’s Photo Challenge is corners. I went out in search of interesting corners. There weren’t many, but I quite like this composition. I think it’s the way to square right angles of the sun shield contrast with the angle of the rest of the building.Read more "Corners"
A couple of weeks ago I visited the Eden Project. I haven’t been for a couple of years, and it was interesting to go in winter this time. Although the biomes are still heated, it is still winter for the plants and they are at different stages of their life cycle. It was slightly disappointing […]Read more "Eden Project"
It’s the Bristol Balloon Fiesta this weekend and tonight at 6pm there was scheduled to be a mass ascent of 100 hot air balloons near the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Paul and I checked my ephemeris to find a good location (it’s a really useful app) and set off to Cumberland Basin, which affords good views […]Read more "Cumberland Basin in the evening"
OK, so this is a slight scam. I went to Bristol Harbour on three occasions recently. Only one was the Harbour Festival but I’ve bundled all the pictures into one post. They’re in chronological order. The black & white pictures were taken in early July when Hannah and I were visited by Fraser and Suzie. […]Read more "Bristol Harbour Festival"