A stunning new piece of work from Zase and Dekor at the junction of Ashley road, Sussex pl and Lower Ashley Road. Has had the scaffolding taken down this week revealing what the two guys have been painting for the last week or so.
It’s one busy junction so lots of people will get to see it and I think they will enjoy this new lovely piece that hopefully will be around for some time to come .
I’m just trying out a bit of a photoessay on a building that I had noticed for a while now that had a red spotlight on the side of it and made the effort to go and take a few photos of it, using the red as a focal point.
Unfortunately or as it turned out fortunately it was raining when I took the shots, so I popped down after work and grabbed my shots trying to keep the camera dry and work a couple of angles trying to keep the rain of the lens.
it was a interesting and fun exercise which I will repeat again I’m sure ….
I managed to make the Sunday performance down in Bristol docks and this time the guys had 3 flyboards on the go, making it quite impressive to watch and I think a big favorite of the crowds that saw the performances over the weekend.
Hopefully flyboading will become a regular event at the harbour festival in the coming years.
I had the very good fortune to go along to this years Pendine Sands Amateur Hot Rods Races over in Wales and what a weekend it was, great Hot Rods, fantastic people and one stunning beach!
Part six of the series is all about the the Hot Rods, mostly with their drivers but a few without all on Pendine beach.
For me it will always be one of those weekend you never forget as I had such a good time and met so many nice people and everyone involved with Vintage Hot Rod Association who were so helpful it was very much appreciated so a big thank you.
Prints of my photographs, including a large batch from the Pendine Sands event, are available for purchase at this website: