Another gleaming gem in the centre of Bristol. I’ll update this post when I find the details of the artist!
Our annual pilgrimage to our favourite camp site – Thistledown, at Nympsfield, which is near Stroud, which is 25 minutes drive from Gloucester. Anyway, a very nice and seni-eco site, with camp fires, composting toilets etc, positioned overlooking hills and forests, adjacent to the National Trust Woodchester estate.
If I don’t get a chance to post anything else until after the festival of over-eating and drinking, here are a couple of festive images…
Happy Christmas everyone!
After a 4 hour drive in a very full car, SW down to Cornwall, a very misty and over-cast evening, which followed a rainy day.
The lights of the Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose (RNAS), where the Seahawk sea rescue helicopters take off and land.
We did get the tent up, but we did also get stuck in the mud trying to get into the field! Always nice to achieve balance : )
Some nice abstract images from a trip to the Bristol science centre.
Spinning metal, green bubble solution, light dangles and patterns in a sand spinner…
Part of the upstairs of the At-Bristol centre is given over to a hanging light forest, with lights hung from lit plastic cords.
These create an amazing sea of light and when people are running through them, there are some good opportunities for blurred photos. Reflections are also nice off the polished black floor.
While we were upstairs at the At-Bristol science centre, Jac made a dash for freedom out of a door which led into a stariwell. He was just wanting to look out of the window from there but the stairwell was amazing!
Industrial, bright orange and textured concrete. Some really nice images and a complete contrast to the slightly darkened 1st floor area.