The West Yorkshire area is littered with architectural wonders from the Industrial Revolution although unfortunately it seems that one more gets burned down with every week that passes. Dalton Mills in Keighley is one such mill which was partially destroyed by fire in 2011 but thankfully the majority of it was saved and is either […]Read more "A Tale of Two Mills"
Whitby is one of my favourite places to visit and I have been there many times over the last few years. For such a small town it has a surprising number of locations at which a photographer could spend hours snapping away. From the Old Town, to the beach, to the Abbey, and of course […]Read more "Whitby Harbour"
At most places that I go to, such as Scarborough Castle in the pictures below, I take both film and digital cameras (a Nikon FE and a Nikon D80) both of which are getting a bit long in the tooth. The FE was made in 1982 and is as good as the day it was […]Read more "Nikon D7200 vs D80 (with a bit of FE)"
It’s taken me a while to get around to sorting out these photos but I have finally got around to it. They were taken last October on a trip to Northumberland, on this particular day we visited Dunstanburgh Castle. Have a look at the English Heritage website (http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/dunstanburgh-castle/) for more information about the castle. The […]Read more "Dunstanburgh Castle"
“All aboard The Hogwarts Express!!!” “Where is it Daddy?” “That’s it, right here.” “It doesn’t look like it, and it is supposed to leave from platform 9¾.” “Err well, the government took the rail franchise off the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and gave it to some Muggles so it now looks like a 2006 […]Read more "All Aboard The Hogwarts Express"
I’ve still got a load of shots to process from a trip to the North East of England last October. Until I get that done here are a couple of new shots from our short visit to Newcastle and Gateshead plus a reworking of a previous shot to the same area.Read more "North East Icons"