So I had this idea about technological impatience. Now, what I’m talking about is films. I sometimes find it difficult to watch some films from the 70’s and 80’s. I can’t help thinking that things like mobile phones and decent computers . I think it’s mostly in crime shows. That seems to be the area where my technological impatience comes to a height.
Now, you see. I have that thought out of my head, and it only lasted one paragraph. So this is going to turn in to one of those articles where pretty quickly I run out of something to write about. So perhaps one of the easiest things to do is have a bit of a look back, even if only a few days, to the beginning of the week. Monday was the day of the mist.
This is St Georges Barracks in the 19th century, around 1856 to house the Marine Garrison. Can you imagine the life to soldiers lived their? The 19th century wasn’t a nice time at all. But, the barracks are still there, and are not just a museum. The barracks are now people’s homes. They’ve all been converted.
I Love the way the building fades away in to the mist, and the lines. I’ve just had a thought – I wonder how it would look in colour? After a brief diversion, I went away and here’s the B&W version;
And I know which one I like, how about you?
This has given me an idea for my next post.