“What’s in a name? That which we call the X-T1,” is possibly what Shakespeare would have been writing if he’d been alive today. On my recent visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, there was much to capture and most of it was linked to the great bard.
Stratford is a wonderful place. It’s what you imagine England to be like, lots of old Tudor buildings, a gorgeous river and friendly people. The town has a very international feel to it too, with a fair number of tourist coaches visiting. While we were there a group of oriental school children gave an impromptu choral performance and there was always something going on. I guess the town is a magnet for people interested in the performing arts and you get a better standard of busker here!
Here are just a few shots from my recent visit to Stratford.