On a hill similar to others from a more industrial time in Germany’s history, you will find a rollercoaster which functions as a staircase. Now this may be hard to comprehend, however, with a little explanation of its name, the idea comes to life.
Under the nose of everyone is more the message I feel, as many people were looking at me when taking the snaps with what seemed to be an expression of; 'why is he taking a picture of a wall in this cramped street'.
One sight that I didn't plan on seeing were the many Space Invader artworks around the city, a graffiti artist that holds a name in the same height as Banksy
A spontaneous visit to Whitlingham Broad, Trowse, Norfolk brought some very lucky surprises. Here is a selection of the great vistas and follies I was able to capture.
There is a half-derelict and half industrial site close to Norwich City Centre that has laid dormant for many years. It sits within a stone's throw of the River Wensum and within a quick stride to the city centre and train station, yet the question remains that despite a lot of traction on a massive redevelopment, why is site still unused?