I think most of us are guilty of walking around in something of a dream, I certainly am. But daydreaming our way around the world means we can miss out on some amazing sights.
While I live on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, I find it impossible to capture photos of nature that match what I can actually see. I think it's something to do with scale, and I'm endlessly admiring of those who can capture nature in its glory. Fortunately for me, the same doesn't apply to urban scenes, where I tend to see things in a tighter focus.
This is the top floor of a Euro-supermarket that's recently opened in town, full of Polish & Turkish products & some lovely cakes & fruit juice. I have no idea why the upstairs has mock-Tudor beams, because the building is far from that old, but it makes me smile. I can't even blame it on the previous occupants, because that was a cheap furniture shop with broken windows.
Outside one of the churches in the town centre is this beautiful drinking fountain, commemorating a previous Royal Wedding. What a strange way to mark a wedding. I can't find anything commemorating more recent Royal Weddings, or even the jubilee, but this fountain remains a happy reminder of days gone by.
What hidden gems are there in your town?