After weeks of rain the sun made a welcome entrance and for a few minutes it uplifted my soul, maybe spring was not so far away after all…Photograph taken of a church reflected in the flooded fields of the Fylde in Lancashire.
Please note: Image is a non standard size printed on normal aspect paper, with fill-in of black.
Old Victorian Jetty taken at St Annes on the West Coast of Lancashire. I waited for the sun to come into the right position and was treated to some sun beams.
Here is a link to some old postcards of St Annes Pier The Jetty taken in 1904 and 1926.
Early morning shot of one of Manchester’s older Public Houses, Peveril of the Peak built in 1829. The “Pev” is a fine example of a classical tiled CAMRA pub that has been in the same Swanwick family for over 40 years and long may it remain so.
The local lido or duck pond in Clarence Park Bury Lancashire, reflecting a beautiful foggy winter sunset.
Reflections of the Old Mill Chimney at Birtle Brook in Lancashire.
Historical “Owd Betts” is a very interesting local old Public House on Ashworth Moor in Lancashire. Old Betty died at the age of 93 and the pub’s name was later changed to “Owd Betts” in the 1950’s.
This photograph is taken at the best time of year to visit when the bracken and the moorland is in full autumn colour. After a bracing walk around the moor a visit for a spot of lunch is always most welcome (with a chair by the fire).