Friday, 23 July 2010

Holme Sweet Holme


On my News From Nowhere Blog I posted an old postcard of a Huddersfield park the other day and promised that I would go in search of it to see if it still exists. During the search I took this photograph looking down on the Holme Valley. It was raining and misty, but you can just make out the old railway viaduct spanning the valley. And did I find the park? You will have to turn to News From Nowhere to find out.

6 comments:

L. D. Burgus said...

It is a wonderful shot. The rainy mist makes it look magical. It is a beautiful place.

jennyfreckles said...

Just shows how, even in wet weather, you can get a lovely atmospheric photo. I love viaducts - the old stone ones are so graceful.

Sunny said...

I really like misty woodland shots. A beautiful capture.
☼ Sunny

geraldgee said...

Great composition Alan.

Rinkly Rimes said...

It just HAS to be England with that gentle mist!

Valerie said...

A true English scene. Trees are always so special with their unusual shapes.