Shibden Hall is a Grade II* listed building - you're not supposed to mess with it. I've never been all that good at sticking to rules. So I've messed it up.
I could write a book about walking snaps - that particular craze of the 1930s, 40s and 50s of capturing people walking along a holiday street somewhere near the seaside. For many, it was the equivalent of a studio portrait - obtained at a fraction of the cost. This particular "snap" captures my late father-in-law and mother-in-law, Edith and Raymond, in Bangor in the late 1940s.
Today I am featuring a photograph of Heywood Chapel, Northowram near Halifax, which I took some fifty years ago. I have taken more recent pictures of the building and little has changed - other than there are notices in the graveyard these days telling you not to trip over uneven gravestones!