I’ve spent 8 days out of the last two weeks teaching Business Analysts to always ask the question ‘Why?’.
Being a bit out of condition and not having harmed any film since 21st January and left it too late for early doors with the large format gear, I thought I’d better explore the Gipping if only to check out the accessibility of the river path. The last time I walked up there it was nigh on impossible. I was pleasantly surprised to see that much as been done to manage the encroaching scrub.
The river was frozen in parts, to be expected after the recent cold snap. I had hoped to see a Kingfisher or two in the clear areas but sadly just Moorhens and rats.
I was not expecting to find this though.
Why? Just why? I am no lover of magnolia paint but what type of tosser does this?