I figured that the best time to catch the Lego daffodil site in Hull, in a relatively people free manner, would be early morning and as it was Easter Monday today – I thought – even better. Even so, at 8.20am this morning, people were starting to congregate and I had to be quite quick. One couple looking at the flowers told me they’d just got off the ferry from Rotterdam and that although they’d set off around Europe from Dover, some 17 days ago, they always planned to come back through Hull to see what the City of Culture had to offer. They’d disappeared by the time I got back up from the ground. I’d been laying down (in sausage dog mode as my friend Duncan Wood would say) using my Fuji 56mm f1.2 lens to take some wide open shots to see what kind of bokeh it offered me. What a cracking lens.