As we’d had to cut our first shoot short due to the weather (which thought it was funny to stop raining as soon as we’d parted) Samantha was up for doing another shoot the following weekend, and so was I. She’d been great the first time, and I was keen to have more time to photograph her.
This time, we started at the Phoenix, with a few shots outside the back, using some wooden panelling, an old piano, the stairs, and a black and white patterned wall. We even made friends with a little robin.
As we sat outside with coffee, a gull walked across the awning. Its feet scraped on the canvas as it tried to walk uphill, and it sounded more like a record scratch. Yup. That’s me. You’re probably wondering…
We used the low winter sun to get some shots with the interesting afternoon light before we left.
An interesting curved wall with an interesting looking alley behind made for some good shots. The alley reminded me of Harry Potter, but that was probably because we’d just watched all the films over Christmas, for the first time. Yes, we held out for a long time, but I have to admit, they were good films.
Well, after all those images, we’re going to break to a new page – too many photos can upset some browsers. Hit the link for Rougemont Gardens, a rough metal door, and some reflective shots in a shiny metal sculpture.