Bourne in Lights by fishers

Bourne in Lights

This shot was taken by our daughter Louise, just over a week ago during a light show in the centre of Bourne, Lincolnshire.

This was one of a series of free events in the South Kesteven area of Lincolnshire designed to encourage and welcome people back into town centres. The events were funded by the government’s Welcome Back fund as an attempt to return life to normal after the Covid-19 pandemic. That might be a bit premature, but it did provide interesting entertainment for Louise and her family. They said that Bourne was very busy as a result of this lighting event.

This building was illuminated in the colours of the Ukrainian flag. The horrors and suffering of the Ukrainian peope continue as Russian forces continue to batter the country. As far as we know Katharine's relatives are still safe. They are fortunate to live in the western part of the country.

Ian
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What is being done in Ukraine is barbaric. I hope they remain safe.
March 28th, 2022  
Great night shot and tribute
March 28th, 2022  
Lovely lights and tribute
March 28th, 2022  
A nice tribute and capture
March 28th, 2022  
Lovely tribute
March 28th, 2022  
nice lights
March 28th, 2022  
Great tribute and beautiful light capture
March 28th, 2022  
Lively colours
March 29th, 2022  
Beautiful lighting
March 29th, 2022  
Glad to hear as far as you know, Katharine's family are okay. Not easy getting true news out of the country there currently.
I agree - a bit premature with rising cases again, but it must have been interesting wandering around the town.
March 29th, 2022  
@g3xbm @seattlite @carolmw @craftymeg @rensala @pdulis @pyrrhula @kjarn @bkbinthecity @casablanca

Thank you all for your lovely comments, they are very much appreciated.

Thank you too for your continuing concern for the situation in Ukraine. As time goes by the events there become less clear. Hopefully before too long we might see an outbreak of common sense and peace might break out, but that depends largely on one man in Russia with too much power.

Ian
March 29th, 2022  
Bri
Great tribute and wonderful lighting.
March 29th, 2022  
@bybri

Thank you Bri - I wish I could have been there to enjoy the lights!

Ian
April 1st, 2022  
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