I visited Leicester a couple of years ago. It was 6 a.m. in the morning and I was at Saint Pancras for a train ride to Leicester in England for a graduation and to capture images of things which caught my eye. The items of interest were buildings with Church buildings dominating images that I captured.
Saint Pancras Station is a place of interest but it is not in Leicester.
The graduate was happy and I captured the moment and moved on to capture Leicester.
These images were captured before Leicester was locked down because of COVID19. Do not attempt to visit the town until the government advises otherwise. It is a place with interesting things to see so add it to your list of places to go.
You must have an appreciation of the old whilst accepting the new.
Whilst taking these images I ensured that I captured them from a good angle. For the image above the modern buildings in the background did not fit in the image that I was trying to capture. So I changed my angle of view.
From the new location I eliminated the office blocks and left houses on the right which was more suitable for the image with the Church in the foreground. Here are some more Church style buildings.
I could not stand back far enough so I had to accept the curvature of the Church tower in the image above.
The latter three images are of Leicester Cathedral with the image above showing a sculptor of Richard III. Richard III remains are within the 900 years old Cathedral.
I had to move to a tight time table because I had a train scheduled to take me back to London.
Images were captured where possible and other places left out because I could not get to location and back with the time I had left.
I took a break in the town centre before heading back to the train station.
Looking back for the last time I could see a Church in the distance. It was a good graduation gathering and a picturesque day out.