It was the Castle Museum area. I had a Nikon SLR camera. The light was just right. A perfect time to get some photos for nearby gallery, According to McGee.
My first reaction was the amount of pleasing contrasts. Concrete and blue skies. Close traffic and distance. Tourists and increasingly aggressive geese. As I looked closer I noticed several other juxtapositions.
The hard, cold concrete lines and the smooth green curves of the hill upon which Clifford’s Tower sits iconically. Vibrant specs of yellow daffodils fizz playfully against the grey pavement.
It is these Venn diagram intersections where contrasts meet that make this area world class and unique.
Alicia Saker, Photographer