A rather strange thing happened when I loaded this picture of Leeds Civil Hall into Photoshop. I had previously been doing something with a photograph using the "paint bucket" tool and it was set on a nice deep red colour. When I loaded the photograph I took in Leeds on Tuesday I didn't notice that the "paint bucket" tool was still selected and clicked the mouse (we've all done it haven't we!). Instantly I had Leeds Civic Hall standing out against a brilliant red sky. I quite like it and so I have decided to keep it. Leeds Civil Hall was built during the Great Depression as a way of finding work for local people. Such "socialist" schemes led to the construction of many fine and lasting buildings and projects. A red background seems quite appropriate.