Category: Roadside (Page 1 of 5)

Roadside 8-7-17

A bit late posting this but then, I had to wait until I came out as an Instagram user.

Chateau Impney Hill Climb

Taken during a pause on track at the Chateau Impney Hill Climb. I do like this one and would quite like to try a painting based on it too. Actually I have a few photos taken over the past three years from the event which I’d like to do the same of. I sense something being added to the ‘to-do list’. We shall see.

There are a couple more photos from the event up on my other* instagram account, which is more work focused, here.

*I know, like buses, this long a wait and now two accounts all at once 🙂

Roadside 28-4-17

I know you’d thought I’d forgot about this site altogether, but here is Number 23 in the apparently increasingly sporadic series of roadside photos.

Roadside 28-4-17 - Dungeness

I recently was passing near to Dungeness and as Britains only desert (disputed) I couldn’t resist the short detour. After all the very first version of this website, from back in nineteen ninety whatever, was named ‘Wilderness and Neon’.

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Roadside 14-1-15

hmm…

Number 22 in the apparently increasingly occasional series of roadside photos.

Roadside 14-1-15 - Peugeot 405, High Peak

Happy New Year anyway, and Happy Birthday for last year top… sorry that I missed it.

Falling down on the A38

Roadside 23-6-13

bit worried these are getting a bit arty now.
The black and white probably doesn’t help.

Number 21
in the series of occasional roadside photos. This sign is gradually distancing itself from that mile as its slowly falls over, creating an odd perspective as you drive past.

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Roadside 20-4-13

number 20 in the ongoing series of roadside photos. The Kidderminster road has had six months of seeming pointless traffic lights, however while sat in them last month I did manage to take this photo which nearly makes up for the hour or so its cost me so far. #highwaysmywayworcs indeed.

Stuck at traffic lights on the A456

Titterstone Clee

Roadside 10-3-13

number 19 in the ongoing series of roadside photos. So for some daft reason I found myself driving up to the summit of Titterstone Clee on one of the coldest March days for quite a while. In fact I can honestly say it was the coldest I have ever been here in the UK. I don’t think the outside temperature was that cold, yes the puddles on the increasingly dilapidated car park were freezing up, but I think it was the wind chill that caused me to loose feeling in my hands after taking my gloves off to take a couple of photos.

You can’t really see the scale in this photo, taken from the car parking area, but it really much bigger than it looks, much colder too.

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