Sharing a sunset with the flock of sheep at Clitheroe.
A wonderful sunset following a sudden downpour Walmersley Bury.
Lots of steam at Ramsbottom Station on the East Lancashire Railway line.
A cornish harbour photographed at low tide, the sun has set only a few moments before leaving a beautiful colourful evening light.
Winter Trees in the Fog Clarence Park Bury.
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Friday 4th December 2015 Clarence Park Bury Autumn/Winter Photography stroll 10.30am-12.30 Milner Ave (Car Park) BL9 6NQ Bury
See things in a new light (and shade) around the woods of Clarence Park. Shade and light, Contrasting patterns of nature.See shots, explore composition in the scenic Burrs Country Park. Water cascades, trees, , bridge, textures, reflections & shapes.
Each event £25.00 per Person
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Last evening on our holiday to Ayr and the sunset was beautiful, had known that the weather looked good and jumped into the car at the last minute to make sure I got a good “seat”. When I arrived a family had an even better idea and had bought fish and chips, using the beach grasses as their seats to enoy a perfect Scottish Sunset – what a great Idea!
This evening photograph of Ayrshire’s Coastline was our goodbye for now but hoping to return..next time will remember to buy the Fish and Chips too!
Ramsbottom is one of the many pretty villages that you pass as the steam train trails up the Rossendale Valley. Over the winter months the East Lancashire Railway restricts the steam trains to only running over the weekends, so today being midweek it was quite safe to photograph the rail tracks as there were no trains!
This photograph was taken using a long exposure on a tripod to prevent any blurring, complete with wooly hat and gloves to stay warm.
Old Buses gently rusting away. The one to the rear is a East Lancs-bodied Leyland Atlantean it had been ordered by Bolton Corporation but by the time it was delivered new in 1972, Bolton Corporation became part of South East Lancashire North East Cheshire bus company.
Wooden framed Bus, Old and abandoned to the setting Lancashire sun in the Bus Graveyard
The local lido or duck pond in Clarence Park Bury Lancashire, reflecting a beautiful foggy winter sunset.