Up a bit on another soggy day.
Any intentions I might have had in the general area of walking to work, having more than a brief walk at lunchtime, or indeed doing much else have been washed away by the persistent rain. It hasn’t been that heavy for the most part, but there’s been lots and lots and lots of it. It pauses for breath now and then, but soon returns in all its soggy glory. Or something like that, anyway.
But enough of that, and on with the picture. This is from the Bank of England demolition site. The actual demolition is coming along nicely, though because of the layout of the site, and fences and such, getting nicely detailed shots is a bit of a challenge. So instead, here’s a couple of grabbing things having a lunchtime chat. Well, that’s how it looked to me, anyway.
Shutter speed: 1/320s
Focal length: 105mm
Location: 54° 58.3416′ 0″ N 1° 36.6019′ 0″ W
 Note: this is a metaphorical figure of speech thingy. I am not suggesting that the rain actually breathes.