Lancaster Canal: Bridge 26 to Bridge 30 (and back) With a beautiful section of the Lancaster Canal just 5 minutes along the road from our village, we often find ourselves there at all seasons of the year (unless the towpath is just TOO muddy). Now that I’ve found a map of the canal in its Read more about Lancaster Canal: from Bridge 26 to Bridge 30[…]
“Hebden Bridge: The Fourth Funkiest Town in the World”, was the description of this West Yorkshire market town in an edition of a British Airways in-flight magazine. If there are three places funkier than Hebden Bridge, then I’d love to see them. (Apparently they are: Daylesford in Australia, Tiradentes in Brazil and Burlington in Vermont). Read more about Atop: Narrowboats with Things on Top[…]
Waterways 2: Our Local Stretch of the Lancaster Canal Some of you who have been following this blog for a while may have gathered that I love canals. I love the majestic settings of the these waterways in my home country of Scotland. I have enjoyed exploring the the canals of Amsterdam, Venice, Paris and Read more about Waterways 2: Our Local Stretch of the Lancaster Canal[…]
I have four bridges for CFFC this week and they are all in the same frame. This was taken in the Castlefield area of Manchester. With its canals, narrowboats, bridges and warehouses it is a photographer’s paradise.
My photograph this week for Thursday Doors was taken in 2005, many digital cameras ago. On my trip to Venice that year I had a Sony digital camera which took a Memory Stick with a capacity of, I think, 64Mb (and that was near the top of the range !). It was interesting to look Read more about Venetian Door[…]