Photographer's Note

The town of Cirencester, on the edge of the Cotswolds in southeast England, was once the second largest town in Britain. Originally known in Roman times as Corinium Dobunnorum, Cirencester eventually became a medieval market town, and was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of William (the Conqueror) of Normandy.

This photo was taken in the very centre of the town, beside the angular, brilliantly clean 15th century south porch wall of the Church of St John the Baptist. As luck would have it, a neat looking senior citizen in mauve coloured trousers, lurched decisively across my field of view as I waved my camera around looking for a shot on this rare sunny day in May.

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