Two Lutes, musical instruments, monochrome, Black & White

Key is for Keys and L is for Lute.

Two Low-Key Musical Monochromes photographed at Saltaire’s Early Music Shop. “The Early Music Shop is the world’s largest early music instrument specialist. It has become the largest single source of mediaeval, renaissance and baroque musical instruments world-wide. The 3000sq ft showroom really is is an Aladdin’s Cave of affordable early music instruments, many of which Read more about Key is for Keys and L is for Lute.[…]

Yorkshire Tea

Yorkshire Tea There’s nothing at all odd about drinking Yorkshire Tea when in Yorkshire but I couldn’t resist posting this picture as an OddBall Challenge. I took this picture a few weeks ago  in a very traditional teashop in the  village of Saltaire in Yorkshire. Even though there was glorious sunshine that morning, the heavy Read more about Yorkshire Tea[…]

iPhoneography: Windows in Sunlight

iPhoneography: Windows in Sunlight It’s Monday Windows time again. I took these two pictures last week with my iPhone whilst walking around Salts Mill in the Yorkshire village of Saltaire. There were thin blinds at all the windows to protect the artworks from sunlight. I liked the way the sun brought out patterns on the Read more about iPhoneography: Windows in Sunlight[…]

iPhoneography around Saltaire Village

iPhoneography around Saltaire Village I’d like to share some of the many pictures I took using my iPhone whilst wandering around the UNESCO World Heritage site of Saltaire in Yorkshire. They were all edited on either iPhone or iPad using Snapseed App. I hope you like them. (More of Saltaire here and here )       Read more about iPhoneography around Saltaire Village[…]

The Burmantofts of Saltaire

The Burmantofts of Saltaire has a certain ring to it, don’t you think? Burmantofts refers to ceramics made by the Burmantoft Pottery Company in the Leeds district of the same name. The company was well known for large pots with dragons and snakes and is as popular today as it was in Victorian times. Their Read more about The Burmantofts of Saltaire[…]

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