Sunday, 29 July 2012

snapshots: harbourside festival 2012

22nd July 2012

Harbourside, Bristol

Pero's Bridge welcoming the crowds to Bristol's 41st annual Harbourside Festival. 
Getting down mid-afternoon, I took a seat on the cascade steps which  plunge down into St. Augustine's Reach to enjoy Bashmema finish off her set by playing out Nina Simone's 'My Baby Just Cares For Me' to a sun-worshipping audience.
Down by the water; under the stars.
Millennium Square in full swing. The crowds reflected into the clear blue sky.
Four points of view.
The Millennium Square mime troupe.
After venturing down the slope to the Loyd's Amphitheatre, I came across a sign which directed me to the 'Happy City stage' where a motley crue by the name of One Shot got Bristol dancing to some Funky Dub Reggae. On the same tip as Gentleman's Dub Club minus the animated frontman.
The boats of Bristol harbour.
"Give I a cider!" - 6pm.
In his element.
The Rozzers patrolling Queen Square.
(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Harbour.
In flight.
Banging a djembe in Queen Square.
Walking home. A Cotham sun set.

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