A few weeks ago a friend invited me along to his graduation ceremony for his Masters degree which was being held in Manchester. I think it now makes him some sort of Jedi.
The event was being held in the starkly elegant Bridgewater Hall across from the Victorian splendour of the Midland hotel, the hotel was acting as the dressing room for the students cap and gownery. So needless to say there was a certain amount of hustle and bustle between the two but in amongst all the celebrations and mortar board throwing etc. there was a small oasis of calm.
Carefully, diligently a gentleman was sketching away at recreating the Manchester skyline in a panorama of watercolours and pen strokes. From time to time small knots of the celebrating crowds would break off to admire his craftsmanship but never once did he break his concentration or step out of his zone.
I wonder what the finished image looks like and where it’s now hanging?
MANCHESTER. To The Christmas Markets!
MANCHESTER. In Monochrome – Part One.
MANCHESTER. Coffee, Croissant & A Laptop.
Categories: Art, England, Photography, Uncategorized, United Kingdom
Tags: Black& white photography, candid photography, England, Lancashire, Manchester, photography, street photography, travel
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