In response to a challenge issued by a great photographer Sylvain Landry, I’m posting this picture of a Red Car. I know I may be a little late with this, but I’ve just got back from holiday and found this on a fellow-blogger’s site (see Marga Demmers’ blog). I had to post this as Sylvain’s challenge is Cars, and whilst he says he hates everything to do with cars, he mentions having a soft spot for any that are both old and red. And perhaps being parked under a NO PARKING sign will add to its appeal.
My image this week for Norm’s Thursday Doors was taken in Chinatown in Manchester. Handkerchief Manufacturer…. …… A & H Reich Cotton Goods. A faded cotton merchants’ sign from a bygone age when Manchester was known as Cottonopolis, the Cotton Capital of the world.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week is Wheels. The front wheel of a Lagonda – not my Lagonda unfortunately, nor the Lagonda of anyone I know. Plenty more wheels just a click away:
A weekly series where I revisit old photographs. Dancin’ in the Street
In response to Hugh’s Weekly PhotoChallenge: week 15 – Under. It will soon be spring and the narrowboats will be out again on our local canal (and we’ll be walking along the towpath admiring them!).