In Winslow High Street, the painter has put these cones up to encourage people to keep some sort of distance. It’s difficult; the High Street is on a main road and the pavement isn’t very wide.
Market Day at Winslow
Wednesday is market day at Winslow, in the square. They have a system in place with separate entry and exits points. I parked in the High Street. As elsewhere, there’s a semblance of normality in the town.
A couple of pedestrians gave me a tip about a cluster of paintings and drawings in house windows, in a side street off Verney Road. After I had finished at the square, I drove up to see.
As ever, you can find all the previous posts on the Distance Project here.
Queueing at the Winslow deli, almost opposite the benches.
A shopper leaves the market area through the designated exit while other shoppers queue to be served.
Buyers keep at opposite ends of the greengrocer’s stall.
I’ve been spotted! This woman was in the square to guide shoppers and keep things running smoothly, letting in no more than the maximum number of shoppers at one time they’d decided.
A teddy bear sits behind the artwork.
These rainbow paintings tend to look very similar; see the previous photo.
A rainbow llama. I don’t know why it’s a llama.