One of the rhinos scattered around Exeter and beyond. I processed this one in Affinity Photo, more than usual. There wasn’t much contrast between rhino and background, so I added a layer to reduce the saturation, and masked it out on the rhino, leaving it a bit more colourful than the rest.
One of the coloured glass stones in Princesshay, Exeter. They light up at night, and change colours. They make handy seats, too.
Fork lifts reach for the blue sky. In Marsh Barton, Exeter.
I walked from the quayside up into the city centre, and took a few photos as I went. There are some great murals on an underpass on the way. This is the first time I’ve edited a set of photos using Affinity Photo, and I enjoyed it. It’s a steep learning curve, but it’s an […]
A week ago today, Sam and I went to Exeter to protest at the Anti-Muslim-ban demonstration. I’m a fat man in my 40s, and I’ve never been to a protest before, but there comes a point where you just have to think Fuck. This. Shit. It was a good, friendly event, with lots of people. […]
Sam was performing at the Bike Shed Theatre’s Nicompoop event, so I took a few photos, mostly while I was backstage. They had stencils of figures on the walls, a message in the mirror, and I took the chance to grab a selfie in another set of mirrors.
The sign for Costa Coffee on the retail park in Marsh Barton, Exeter. I’m not that keen on Costa, personally. I generally like my coffee strong and black, and it’s not what they do best – the odd time I’ve had sweet things with mountains of whipped cream there, though, they’ve been pretty good. And […]
Cobbles outside the Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter. For some reason, cobbles look good at night.
A plaque in the grounds of Exeter Cathedral. Good place for Pokémon GO – lots of stops around the cathedral grounds, and the cathedral itself is a gym.
A painted figure in the window watches people walking by. The blacked-out windows at the Barnfield Theatre in Exeter.