A rainy night in Lichfield

Yesterday at 5:30pm, I was caught in the rain while shopping at Lichfield. After a cuppa, I ventured out into the quiet city to capture it in it’s damp, glistening glory. I’m quite pleased with the results. For more of this sort of thing, don’t forget my 365daysofbiking Tumblr journal is still running. A browsable archive can be seen here.

Tamworth Street. The architecture here is wonderful, yet few ever look upwards and notice.

Conduit Street, looking towards Bakers Lane.

Bakers Lane, the Three Spires precinct.

Conduit Street up towards Dam Street and the Cathedral.

The Close and Catherdral from Dam Street.

Bore Street looking particularly deserted.

Breadmarket Street to the Guildhall, once the city's fire station.

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2 Responses to A rainy night in Lichfield

  1. Ian says:

    Great pictures Bob, I too got soaked in Tamuff Street around 5 yesterday evening. “Take your coat!” “I won’t need it”. Oops.

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