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Killer Views – Clitheroe Castle

Killer Views – Clitheroe Castle

It was a typical summer’s day, misty and murky with low hanging cloud and fine rain. Perfect for visiting a castle close to Pendle Hill, a place famous for the 17th Century Pendle Witch Trials. The Castle Keep is over 800 years old, it sits atop Castle Hill overlooking Clitheroe and beyond. Set in the … Continue reading

Clouds

Clouds

When I swim I meditate, when I look at clouds I practise mindfulness. Sounds a bit airy fairy and perhaps I wouldn’t admit it to my friends up here in the north of England but umm…well its true. I saw these billowing wonders on my way home from work today. I like looking at their … Continue reading

Project tree

Project tree

I walk past this tree every morning on my way to work and although it doesn’t look particularly remarkable I really like it. Its my favourite tree on the park, so most mornings I take a photo. Already it has started to change, with little buds on the branches. By the end of the year … Continue reading

From Dusk to Dawn

From Dusk to Dawn

Yesterday I posted the sunset & today its the sunrise. My two and a half mile walk to work takes me out of the city centre and across a local park. I love seeing all the wildlife and trees. I photograph this tree most days when I pass it. It is just starting to show … Continue reading

Sunny days and sunsets

Sunny days and sunsets

I love sunny days and sunsets. The nights are getting longer and the mornings lighter, Spring is on its way. The sun sets in Preston behind St Walburges Church. Went out to play football with my son and as we strolled home before tea saw the sun setting. We ran home to grab the camera … Continue reading

Sunset across the River Mersey

Sunset across the River Mersey

We spent this afternoon in Liverpool, spending most of it at Tate Liverpool. We left as the sun was setting across the River Mersey. The Albert Dock is dotted with statues of local heroes including this one of Liverpool born rock and roll singer Billy Fury. The dock side was packed with families, couples and … Continue reading