It's my ex-wife's birthday tomorrow. As usual I sort of forgot it because I always count out 31 days for February (and there's 28) and so (as usual) I missed her birthday. "You've got confused" she said on the phone yesterday...(don't worry, she's used to it...I believe it's called a "Senior Moment")
So I thought I'd dedicate this to Liz, who has been my photo-inspiration for approaching half a century. I took it with an Olympus digital 'compact' camera (the sort you can't see anything on the LCD screen in sunlight) - in 2006.
I was in Southend-on-Sea with Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat...at the Cliffs Pavilion and I wandered into the car park behind the theatre - The sun hadn't quite set and the streetlamps were just warming up.
I was amazed how such a small light could eclipse the sun.
A bit like Liz really...