I’m still here, there, and everywhere; wearing, as a colleague is fond of telling me ‘more hats than they’ve got at John Lewis’.
This afternoon I drove to the village of Waterhouses in Staffordshire, to collect Joe, he’d spent the weekend helping a Cub Scout pack have a high old time at Orchard Farm. Mr Uphilldowndale took Joe there on Friday evening, through thick fog, not a pleasant journey. This was whilst I was at a rather feisty public meeting, wearing one of my many hats, that wasn’t particularly pleasant either.
Waterhouses is set in the midst of beautiful countryside, but it was the nearby Cauldon Cement works that I wanted to photograph.
But there was no time to stay and play, as Joe needed to get home and get his homework done before his ‘weekend high’ slumped into Sunday night angst.
I’m looking forward to reclaiming some ‘me time’ to loiter around with the camera, but I’ve a sneaking suspicion its not going to be before New Year. So for the time being, ‘happy snaps’ it will have to be.
Joe was particular taken with the silos at the cement works,
he said when they were out in a nearby field, they could hear the echo’s of their shouts (of which I’m sure there were many) echoing around the inside of the silos.
We’ve discussed cement works before…