23/07/2012 § Leave a comment
Everybody loves a sunset don’t they?
Sunsets have always been a great source of photography for myself, having done a project charting the variety of a sunset in the same location, over a period of time for a project at university, which is available to order online here.
I have recently got into using Instagram to photograph whilst out and about and around where I live too, and I am loving it. So over these next few posts I will share with you a few pictures of sunnier times for you all, you can catch me on Instagram @stevenrbullock. I hope you enjoy them.
Feel free to leave a comment, till next time.
06/07/2012 § Leave a comment
The final hunt for the scarecrows now.
A big theme of the Scarecrow Festival this year was the Jubilee, the Olympics and all things English, as can be seen in my other two posts here and here. And the English theme carries on now with the last of the scarecrows from the hunt. As usual click the images to enlarge them.
I hope you have enjoyed all the scarecrows from the hunt, feel free to leave comment, till next time.
05/07/2012 § 2 Comments
More hunting them scarecrows down now.
You have got to love the time and effort that shopkeepers and businesses have put into creating their scarecrows – some of them are just incredible. From a shopper searching for a bargain to a footballer scoring a goal on top of a pub, where else do you see these amazing scenes but at the Wilmslow Scarecrow Festival 2012.
One final hunt for them scarecrows soon, feel free to leave a comment, till next time.
04/07/2012 § 2 Comments
Time for the Scarecrow Hunt to begin.
As I mentioned in my previous post, there are Scarecrows dotted around Wilmslow town centre in honour of the Scarecrow Festival, which runs until 8th July. So let’s get hunting shall we? As always click the images to enlarge them.
More from the hunt for the scarecrows soon, feel free to leave a comment, till next time.
02/07/2012 § Leave a comment
Giant scarecrows and samba at the Wilmslow Scarecrow Festival.
You really do see some odd things around, but nothing can beat the sight of two 12ft scarecrows walking down the street to the rhythm of a Batala Drumming Band.
It was all part of the Wilmslow Scarecrow Festival 2012, which is into its third year and sees local businesses build scarecrows to display on the street, in shop windows or on the rooftops of their premises. Kids and parents then travel around the town centre trying to find all of the scarecrows – more of that in a future post.
In the meantime, here are the two 12ft scarecrows, called Rotary Robin and Rosie, along with the Batala Drumming Band. As usual click the images to enlarge them.
I hope you enjoy the images, feel free to leave comment, till next time.