Wednesday, September 30, 2020

A while back

 


I miss this place. O'er the bridge from the wonderful Hepworth Gallery is this scene. I mean, I don't think the boys are there all the time but the rest is there - at the moment.

And last time I looked the Hepworth is open atm too - so well worth a visit especially seeing there are Bill Brandt images on show.

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

On two roads

 

 



I am being a little disingenuous here to be honest. They are two roads on the island but not all roads here are like this now. It's not all sheeps and bailer twine you know. We have roads that are twin lanes and everything. And a few roundabouts in our small capitol. 



All the same we, Eve and I like this sort of road that inhabit the island-scape as they are generally most bicycle friendly. Excepting these two roads - since they both fizzle out. The top one at the slipway to the Bay thereabouts and the second into a grassy path and a footbridge.

Monday, September 28, 2020

'imself

 



Look, look, 'imself The Toots actually went out with camera the other day. Not sure he actually pressed the shutter - step too far an all. Lovely clouds spitting a little rain at the time and Toots was worried about his recently styled bouffant .

Sunday, September 27, 2020

[w]ooof

 



It rather surprised me, wandering as it did across the dunes as the rain came in again. Surprised, I triggered the shutter and recorded the happening. Like I do.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Portraits of the land

 


 It has to be said that I do make portraits of the land here on the island. Although it's not my "thing" the opportunity is there and mainly it doesn't argue and complain about privacy. 

My portraits of places are a trying to contain a certain mystery about them. Hopefully, they make the viewer wonder why on earth I took the snap like that. I prefer it that way.

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Misty fog


 


We have been having some misty fog recently. Thick all day - everywhere which is unusual since often you get out of our village and it's clear. Having a liking for misty foggy days I took a camera out. This burn caught the cameras lens .