It was a lovely bright (chilly) autumn morning here in my part of the UK. I needed to get the usual cat food supplies and also some decorating materials for the loo, I foolishly decided it needed a make over. My house is quite old (1929), so any attempt at redecoration always brings unforeseen problems. I took my Sigma DP1 and a film camera with me, here are a few digital images from the walk in.
I love taking photographs of doors but benches come a close second.
Over the last few days on my walks into town I spotted a few benches and captured them in HDR on my Sigma DP1.
There used to be lots of Victorian seating but they seem to have been replaced with modern counterparts.
I must have walked past this bench a 100 times or more. They are renovating the building and there were people in hard hats and clipboards walking around this morning which grabbed my attention. Sigma DP1,New Walk, Leicester.
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