No change today, which is moderately acceptable.
It’s been a day of changeable weather. Nice and sunny when I had to go to work, but a bit grey when I went out at lunchtime. I decided to take the Fujifilm X100S down to the Quayside again, where I got a closer look at this chap:
I looked up a bit this time, and got a slightly different view than I normally do of the Swirle Pavilion:
Carrying on with the looking up theme, I got this angle on the Blacksmiths Needle:
I carried on walking as far as the Ouseburn, where I realised I was running out of lunchtime, so turned around and walked back. On the way, I had another look at the Needle, and got a shot of it with the cloud-shrouded sun directly behind it. What I got was almost a silhouette, which led me to do some mucking about with it. First, I removed a lump of Baltic that was sticking into the corner, then I had a fiddle in Silver Efex Pro.
Just after that, the sun started to come out again, which let me get a nice and bright view of this place, whose name might be asking for trouble:
And then I went back to work. I’d walked over two miles, which ended with going uphill on Dean Street, which is moderately hard work. Here’s the map-free Garmin evidence, once again produced by a bit of jiggrey-pokery with the GPX file from Geotag Photos Pro.
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