Steering through life’s sometimes choppy waters.
Eastgate, the location of the “east gate” to the old roman Manchester. Castlefield is now the new name but between the two descriptions the land has become populated by mills and navigation points first to enable trade and now a new income of new folk seeking homes with modern trades,
A loving hand, always there whatever life throws ….. or maybe not ?
Salford quays always an interesting place to visit and photograph but when the sun goes down it takes on a whole new different view of a futuristic city – Metroplis
Boat moored up at Portland Basin Ashton-under-lyne.
Tethered boats at Burrs Country Park in Bury Lancashire. A lovely still Autumn day, perfect for photographing reflections of the boats and the old mill tower.
Burrs Mill Chimney in the Fog. Burrs Country Park was developed in 1986 from land that had previously been occupied by Higher Woodhill Mill and Burrs Mill.
This canal photograph was taken in Typical Manchester weather. At Lock 88 the Rochdale Canal drops down below Oxford Road and the St James Building.