May 2016 - Hannover quay from the top of the M Shed. This is the Lloyds Banking Group headquarters.
May 2016 - Princes warf. On the right is one of the large dockside cranes. In the centre is a replica of The Matthew. 'The Matthew' is a replica of the caravel ship sailed by John Cabot in 1497 from Bristol to Newfoundland.
May 2016 - Another view of Hannover quay. In the middle distance is Bristol Cathedral.
May 2016 - Three of the large dockside cranes.
May 2016 - In the M Shed there was an exhibition called Briswool. Many of the buildings in Bristol have been recreated in minature wollen models. Very clever!
May 2016 - Briswool. Cabot tower.
May 2016 - Clifton suspension bridge.
May 2016 - A row of coloured terraced houses below the Cabot tower. See below for the real scene.
May 2016 - Millenium square. The mirror ball which is part of the @Bristol science museum. It contains a small planetarium.
May 2016 - An alternate view of the mirror ball.
May 2016 - Bristol Cathedral.
May 2016 - Symmetry in a reflection from the glass fronted @Bristol museum.
May 2016 - Pero’s bridge. Some of the many love locks which carry romantic messages.
May 2016 - Looking across Bathurst basin to the church of St Mary at Redcliffe.
May 2016 - A worms eye view of one of the big cranes.
May 2016 - Cabot tower on the hill above the canal boat moorings.
May 2016 - The stern of the SS Great Britain. On the hillside opposite are the coloured terraces which were modeled in Briswool.