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To The Heart Of The City And Beyond - Kennet And Avon Canal, Bath

12-03-2007 · Comments (15)
Categories: Holga  Kodak Portra 400  

A glorious weekend weather wise, I almost feel guilty uttering the words, but it was. Spring seems to have truly arrived, no doubt there will be a sting in the tail at some stage but this weekend, I really enjoyed it. I managed to get out in the garden and do a little work that I seem to have been ignoring for 2 or 3 years and my God I feel so much better for it. Tucked a few walks in there and even managed to shoot off a few frames of film as well. Now all I need to do is get myself a job and the world will be a happy place. I need to say that just in case Jan drops by for a read!

I have turned my first batch of films into the processors so I will see those at some stage in the week which will be sweet. I am always eager to see what I have shot when I get back from my holidays. I still have another dozen films to drop off later this week. I'm sure Jan appeared slightly light headed when I unloaded them last week....but what's a guy to do!

I haven't much to say I must say....way to much wine, it was Spanish and heavy. I went to the supermarket earlier as I fancied a Manhattan I thought I was just short of the Bourbon, I was gutted when I got home to find I didn't have the sweet Vermouth! Kind of spoiled the evening if that makes any sense? I will have to get a bottle tomorrow as I now have a hankering for one. I will attempt to become more animated as the week progresses! As for today's photo, it was shot on the Kennet and Avon Canal. A route that I often take into town and as you get closer to Bath it is littered with locks and ornate iron foot bridges....delightful really. I ought to try and document my home city a bit more but twenty odd years here have left me feeling uninspired by it! Anyway, you wanna know where it was shot? Here's a little map.

Listening to: "The Only Living Boy In New York (Bridge Over Troubled Water) - Simon And Garfunkel

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