After a rush to Brighton this morning to pick up some new glass in the shape of the Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 EX DG HSM OS Sport, to replace the rather tired original 120-300 F2.8, which whilst functioning perfectly, is not as good as image quality as the much later one. the AF is a great improvement (on initial tests) but we shall see when it comes to football at the weekend.
Anyway after four hours standing on a muddy riverbank in my shiny shoes (I usually have a pair of walking boots in the car, but not today) my feet were cold, & the divers were packing in for the night as it was dark, I headed of to another jobby.
Guildford’s Cathedral was being lit up in blue to mark the World Autism Awareness Day, which is on the 2nd of April. So of to find a good view point, I know that it can be done from The Mount, but I wanted a different view, so went drive & walkabouts. The view from the footbridge at the Dennisville roundabout was not very clean, with bits of the University blocking the Cathedral, so a trip up to Park Barn, followed by a trip up Cathedral Hill.