It’s Sunday morning and so I’m writing another, make it up as you go along, post. I went to Rough Hay Community Centre in Darlaston yesterday and photographed their summer fayre. There is no place in the country like Darlo, half the town is owned by the local slum-lord.
Kingys memorial drive
Horse owners from around the Black Country and beyond gathered on Sunday to remember one of their own. They called him Kingy and the drive each year is a tribute to him. It’s Black Country Day today, so this post is appropriate. This is a tradition that lives on in the Black Country and is made even more special as Kingys memorial drive. (more…)
We took some photos at the weekend, but the skies were grey and the light really poor. I took at look at this gathering at the Frying Pan pub in Darlaston and using the flash near horses wasn’t an option. This was probably my best picture, because it was fairly close up and I had cooperative models! (more…)