Art of the night walker

Going down the docks after dark just doesn’t seem to hold the same threat as it used to!

An autumn blend of colourful speculation, cultural reflection and historic reminiscence can provide a soothing balm for the mental health.

Even some of the more bizarre architectural oddities can assume a new persona… Cardiff Noir anyone!?

Until we speak again, a gentle nighttime stroll may even occasionally illuminate some of life’s mystery’s… like whether pedestrians and cyclists will ever see eye-to-eye.

2 thoughts on “Art of the night walker

  1. Nice night pics!

    I cracked after staying 5 months in Bay Ridge. I’m not used to staying in one place so long. When I started crying out of the blue I knew I had to get on a train and go to Manhattan. We haven’t gone in much. Mainly go for a walk and pick up our food cravings so we can pig out at home. Now I know why Vic says I can’t live outside a big city. If I can’t handle sticking to my own neighborhood I’d go nuts in a smaller place. Some good news – we’ve recently explored the industrial water front near us! That was a cool find. That walk also ends in a food run because at the end there’s a bunch of warehouses that have been turned into a workspace, food hall, shops, etc. It’s really artsy and we can fill our tummies. Hope you, your friends, and relatives are good. We really can’t complain, we’re ok. We know a lot of people are hurting right now.

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