It may be hard to believe but I don’t always have a camera with me. Whenever I don’t I always “see” photo’s. When this happens I make a mental note, and seek them out when I do have a camera! Before I went away on holiday I had half a roll in the Pentax ME Super that I wanted to finish it up before I left, and I’d accumulated enough photo’s in my head to do the job – these photo’s fall into that category!
There is a church in the centre of Dorchester that is not used as a place of worship, but a store for the museum. I suspect there is more in storage that on display in the museum – it’s a big church. Above is one of the small side doors, right by the crossing I pass everyday. Below is a small courtyard that is a cut through to one of the car parks.
The stop sign above I pass every night about 5:30pm or so, it’s shadowed by buildings all around and it’s surprising how small the window of opportunity is, all year to get the face shadow free – I nearly got it! It’s really me noticing the light rather than a decent photo! Directly above is the corner of a house I often pass. Obviously this is a black and white image, but you wouldn’t notice colour if you were there! The house is painted white, the drainpipe black, as are the retaining circles. I also like the net curtain and the reflection how they fall!