The Harbour Festival finishes with a bang - an amazing fireworks display on the harbour, framed by the famous industrial cranes of a once-busy port. Using my media pass, we managed to blag our way onto one of the biggest boats in the harbour, and watched the display in rapt silence, peeking through the rigging and the glittering lights in the sky.
Sunday at Bristol Harbour Fest: A day of incredible weather and even better entertainment. There was ballet with shopping trollies, carnival beats, jet ski boots, dazzling harmonies and a genuinely happy city all round!
Saturday at Bristol Harbour Festival: I was covering the day as a roving photojournalist for one of Bristol’s main art venues, and their new online youth publication. I walked miles, visited every single stage, watched some fab music in the rain, schmoozed with the best of them, talked my way into free drinks receptions, snapped pictures left-right-and-centre, and generally soaked up every last drop of atmosphere. Great day!
Views and atmosphere from Le Tour De Yorkshire - a fabulous yellow weekend up in the dales.
Photos of the riders as they whizzed past at ridiculous speeds. We were about 500m from the finish in Harrogate, and as we heard over the tannoy that Mark Cavendish had crashed out spectacularly just metres from the line and a sure win, the whole crowd winced in sync.
Yorkshire painted itself yellow to welcome Le Tour to the villages and the moors.