Chester in photographs
13th August 2014
We finally made it to Chester! We set a date and decided to go no matter what the weather has install.
Fortunately it didn’t rain but it was very cloudy, meaning that I was constantly changing the white balance on my camera, hence why some pictures look darker than others.
Now for a little background information. Chester is a city in the north west of England and was founded in Roman times. There are still many Roman ruins to see in the city itself. For example, the Roman amphitheatre in the photo below.
We spent most of our day wondering around the shops but we did take a walk down by the river where we ate our picnic.
The clock in the top two photographs is quite a famous bit of architecture in Chester. Funnily enough, the clock mechanism was made in a town just down the road from where I originate in Shropshire.
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