Back to bikes for a change this week and an image that I actually took over a year ago but discovered again while browsing through some images I was moving to another cloud drive. My photography library has now grown to the point that my original 1TB Cloud storage is reaching capacity. For the last few months I have been slowly migrating to the Amazon AWS Glacier cloud service which gives you an unlimited amount of space; like some massive virtual warehouse. This has taken far longer to achieve than I originally hoped as there doesn’t seem to be an easy, cost effective and automated way of moving from one cloud provider to the order (if anyone knows of one please let me know).
The laborious process however has given me the chance to go through some of my older photos, (just as we used to go through old photo albums when we came across them in the cupboard) and that’s where this weeks image came from.
Taken along the fence just outside the All Saints Art and Craft Market, this image for me captured a couple of elements that make up the essence of Cambridge – Bikes and culture. For anyone who knows the market, they’ll know just how laden the surrounding fences are with adverts for shows, plays musical recitals and literally talks, (the kind of things my wife likes go to). This weeks image pays homage to those brightly coloured adverts and hoadings with a retro filtered view of said fence - some classic Cambridge bikes included for good measure.
Taken with a Canon 70D DSLR Camera and Sigma 18-250 Lens.