Friday, 29 November 2019

1836 : A Wet Day In Manchester

We went to Manchester and walked along the Rochdale Canal. The water seeping up through the stone sets mingled with the water streaming down from the sallow sky.

Monday, 25 November 2019

1835 : A Foggy Night



A cold and wet night: fog keeps the light from the street lamps close to home, rain shines the footpaths, a bus stop looks forlorn.


Tuesday, 19 November 2019

1834 : Anchor Bridge, Brighouse


The canal in Brighouse flows under Briggate, encased in a stone-sided artery. For over 250 years it has brought life-blood to the town, and even in retirement, it still brings beauty.



Monday, 18 November 2019

1833 : Mill, Church And Car Park

An old mill, loomless and quiet; a church spire, bell-less and orphaned; and a busy car park: Halifax on a wet Sunday afternoon.



Monday, 4 November 2019

1832 : Fireworks At The Wes

There is something quite captivating about fireworks: no matter how many times you have witnessed their extrovert performance, their momentary ostentatiousness, you are still drawn to them. This particular display was at Almondbury Wesleyans Cricket Club last night. A cracking good night.