The view from Dundry

Recently my friend and colleague David (who knows South Bristol a lot better than I do) recommend I head up to Dundry for a great view of Bristol. Dundry is a small village several miles South from Bristol, and perched atop a large hill. It has several radio masts and I believe one of themContinue reading “The view from Dundry”

Bristol dockside

Now the weather is looking a bit nicer, in the office we’re trying to arrange a weekly photo walk on Thursday. This week, Paul, Alex and I wandered down the hill to the dockside, and back via the Trenchard Street car park. I was shooting film, and these are my favourites from the roll. GeekContinue reading “Bristol dockside”

Mobile phone users cannot walk in straight lines

Anyone who has cycled around a city before will not be surprised by the findings of this research. Pedestrians are probably the most dangerous element of my daily commute through central Bristol. They may be lighter than cars, but they stop more suddenly and change direction more unpredictably. On a regular basis, pedestrians who haveContinue reading “Mobile phone users cannot walk in straight lines”

A weekend in Hereford

Hannah and I went to Hereford this weekend. The weather was nice, and we had a really nice time relaxing. I managed a few photos too. The golden Autumn sunlight cast a lovely glow over the city. First we visited the cathedral. It seemed rude to take photos inside, but I managed this photo ofContinue reading “A weekend in Hereford”

Urban landscape

This week’s Tuesday Challenge from Stu was to create an urban landscape. I’ve been busy all week and so earmarked Saturday to go out and take some landscapes from various locations around Bristol. Its hilly nature lends itself to grand vistas without needing to gain access to a tall building. Unfortunately, the weather on SaturdayContinue reading “Urban landscape”