Just a reminder that all else, life goes on and this too shall pass.
Simple shot that I didn’t have a chance to post yesterday. This time we are in the usually rammed Canterbury high street. The echos here we truly spooky in an area normally vibrant with conversations in accents and languages from all corners of the world mixed with a vast array of street performers and buskers. Today one lonesome car remains to signify that the world is not yet forsaken.
In a break from recent tradition I go colour today after snapping this during my allowed exercise time out walking the dogs this afternoon.
Not exactly high art but I like the contrast of colours and the darker feeling evoked by a shotgun shell rusting in the under growth.
Distopian maybe but I kinda liked it anyway.
A usually heaving car park in the city of Canterbury in Kent
I have decided that I will try to post a picture everyday that illustrates what life is like out there at the moment. As a key worker I am out and about around my working patch for as long as I stay healthy. So here is day one
Taken at the museum of the moon exhibition at Rochester Cathedral in Kent. Is really is something to see this installation in all its glory. I can’t imagine a more spectacular site than a true to scale moon inside a cathedral.
Totally inspiring. I want to do some dodge and burn work on this so when I have the time I will have a play and post the results.
I do want to know what are your best out of place yet so eight photos ? Post links in the comments I really want to see them.