This is a view from a bridge on the Kirby Rd., near Crown Point, looking down on the A47 South Circular. It had been snowing, and was virtually empty because of lockdown. On a whim I have included a couple of ‘antique’ drainpipes, that are attached to an old building on St.Faiths Lane. There was the one wall tie patress plate (the round thing), so I copied it a couple of times, to even up the composition. ‘Driving’ down the dual- carriageway is a palette load of boxes, that were black clingfilm wrapped. It was shoulder height, sat outside St.James Mill (the Jarrold Building) and dying to be photographed a couple of times, from different angles! I applied a Poster Edge filter to accentuate the black objects and dismal landscape. (A2).
|Dimensions||59.4 × 42.0 cm|