Mum and I visited the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath a couple of weeks ago to see an exhibition called “Sharmanka Travelling Circus & The Loom”. A combination of mechanical sculptures, music and choreographed lighting created an eerie and macabre twenty minute show.
I took some photos in the Botanical Gardens, which is in the Royal Victoria Park, Bath. I also took a few photos of the Shakespeare monument in the Great Dell over the road and a couple of the gate statues on my way out of the park.
It had been abut ten years since I last did the touristy thing in Bath, so visited the Roman Baths, Museum of Fashion and the Victoria Gallery on a special ticket thingy.
On a recent trip back to Bath to see the folks, I decided to take a look around the little cemetery at the end of the road. It was used as a bit of a spooky playground as a child and a cut-through for my paper-round as a teenager, so has always been one of the fixtures of my childhood and not a place I’ve really taken the time to look over. It turns out the two chapels within are more interesting than I thought, but the sun (and time) was not on my side so I only took a few close-up photos. Next time I go back to Bath I’ll try to get some more.
Traditional black & white photographs of angels in Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath, Somerset c.1994.