Peel Tower, always a good destination to get the heart racing with it’s steep incline. If you have a camera you have a sneaky excuse for stopping half way to “admire the view” and catching your breath. This was my view on the way down, I was waiting to see the evening lights come on but instead walked down to a golden sunset.
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
View from the top of Holcombe Hill, Ramsbottom, Bury and Manchester beyond as far as the eye can see.
Rush hour home, Ramsbottom Walmersley Junction of the M66
Singing Ringing Tree panoptican high above the town of Burnley, long exposure taken at night to reveal a blanket of stars.
A new Moon perfect for a night of star gazing over the Lancashire Moorlands.
Half way cafe situated between Bury and Ramsbottom.
Long exposure urban photography of some famous iconic landmarks the clock tower and the classic red Telephone box.