The car-park on Leopold Grove at the side/back of the winter gardens.. depending on which entrance you use.. has recently been demolished and of course I wandered down to see what I could see..nothing much to see..lots of big angry machinery and tons of twisted metal and dusty cement, bricks and rubble.. I walked outsideContinue reading “Alarm Bell”
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I couldn’t resist..could you?
Saw this fabulous glass block window this morning in The Winter Gardens Blackpool and couldnt resist it’s simplicity and beauty… The east facing wall on the top balcony has a row of these arched windows and I always try to get up in ‘the gods’ to see them …this morning the light was just rightContinue reading “I couldn’t resist..could you?”
cut out and pasted
Manchester is always a pleasure to visit and this ‘retro televisions & filing cabinets’ cut out and paste urban art certainly caught my eye in the northern quarter last weekend. Love the little ornaments too!
she’s in love…the writing on the wall
more street from the Northern Quarter in Manchester…the city is fabulous for street photography, there’s an image everywhere and the writing on the wall in this image made me stop and look twice…a little bit sinister I think, have tried to find the author but had no luck.
Someone once said to me “Blackpool?…. isn’t that like a sad Brighton? How do I answer that? It’s my hometown and I love it.
geometrical shapes & billowing canvas
As I wandered along a half deserted beach on one of the few warm days we’ve had this early summer I noticed this group of deck chairs, abandoned by the occupants who had left in search of ice creams or even set off on an intrepid journey to get to the water’s edge…which always seemsContinue reading “geometrical shapes & billowing canvas”
South Pier & over exposure
Very early morning light blowing out exposure of the sands near South Pier in Blackpool…I could have, should have altered exposure in camera but as usual saw something I liked in the brightness and the contrasting colours of the iron legs, rust, barnacles and sea water. .
children…a force of nature
Am late posting this week but time has flown and was wracking my brain and searching through hard drives trying to find something for The Daily Post that had nothing to do with the weather. Then it came to me…weekends with grandma…my grandsons and their friends are the most powerful force of nature I knowContinue reading “children…a force of nature”
Early morning milk delivery
A real ‘early bird’ …early morning, not quite daylight, the milk-float trundling through the streets with bottles rattling in the crates, the milkman probably whistling , bound to disturb people hoping to sleep just a little bit longer. As the sleepers turn over and slip back in to their dreams the milkman carries on hisContinue reading “Early morning milk delivery”
street photography and waiting for someone to come in to the frame
I often, frequently, end up on North Pier in Blackpool and have to say it is a favorite place for photography and just spending time. The pier dates back to 1860s and has been severely damaged over the years from fires and storms butlife goes on and the pier opens again every season. As IContinue reading “street photography and waiting for someone to come in to the frame”