It’s been a grey, cold day here. One of those really unfriendly days, lacking any sort of charm. No crisp sunlight, not even the silvery kiss of freshly fallen snow. Just a lifeless sludge of a day.
Tag Archive for ‘Cheshire’
I’m a big kid still and few things stir my heart more that the sight of a steam locomotive. I’ve been into Chester today and I knew that something was occurin’ by the sight of people lining up on the road bridge that crosses one end of Chester station. “It’s a Black Five” Was the answer I got when I asked what was expected and sure enough a few minutes […]
If you flit back through the electric pages of my blog you’ll know that Chester is a regular destination of mine. It has a range of attractions for the camera carrying blogger. History dating back to Roman and pre Roman times, a range of architectural styles, plus the contrast between the hustle and bustle of the city centre and the quieter stretches down by the river Dee at the Groves where it pauses a while before launching itself over the weir by the Old Dee Bridge on its way out to the estuary and the Irish Sea.
If you are a regular reader of my blog ( thank you!) you’ll have worked out that one of my main photographic interests is street photography. Watching and recording the daily to and fro of everyday life. That cafes, coffee and food in general crop up more than you might think is a pure coincidence.