Watering Cans (Revisited)

See also https://stephenhip.wordpress.com/2014/04/18/watering-cans/

Just a picture of watering cans. BUT, I find the contrast between the two images a bit of a metaphor for the latest human condition. A few and everything is neat and tidy, an influx of newcomers and everything goes to rack and ruin.
(ooooh risky)

—Stephen G. Hipperson—

Salt Pans

Sea salt pans fed by Esteiro de Maria Nova in Portugal (close to Faro and Parque Natural da Ria Formosa). We visited in mid September, you wouldn’t want to walk far without a hat (if you can keep it on your head in the wind) or without a bottle of water, let alone in the height of the summer – I doubt evaporation is a problem.

—Stephen G. Hipperson—

The Reform Tower

Also known as ‘The Stanton Tower’ and ‘Earl Grey Memorial Tower’.

The tower was erected following the passing of the Representation of the People Act in 1832 – which ‘threw a spanner in the works’ of representational democracy in Parliament.

—Stephen G. Hipperson—

Industrial History

I wasn’t sure about the contrails in this one, but I suppose they reinforce the diagonals of the winch structure.

A while since I put up a post – it’s a bit of a brain teaser trying to remember the way to do it!

—Stephen G. Hipperson—