The good folk of Cambridge were out in force last night to enjoy the lights of the 2016 e-Luminate festival. Local families mingled with students and tourists and got thoroughly chilled to the bone while familiar buildings were artfully lit with low-energy LED lights.
There were people with big tripod-mounted cameras and others hopefully waving their phones around intending to capture the evening. It seems odd that only two years ago I took a rather bad video of proceedings and put it on YouTube, only for the artist who designed the work to e-mail me asking if he could use the video as it seemed no one else had thought to film it.
Last year I took a rather better video which you can see here if you missed it. I wanted to do something different this time and came up with the image below. You're supposed to scroll down to see the changing colours on the University Senate House, though you can of course click on it if you want to see the whole thing in one go.
(and if you were there last night I hope you've thawed out).