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Long Live the Christmas Tree!

A festive visit to Harewood House with the IgersLeeds team. Long Live the Christmas Tree! Encounter Harewood’s traditionally untraditional Christmas this coming winter, as Yorkshire’s most vibrant country house celebrates the Christmas Tree in a most unexpected way. Artists and makers from across Yorkshire and beyond will bring a contemporary festive twist … Read More

Saltaire, World Heritage Site

Taking a change to my recent trips and time spent around Bronte Country, I took an early morning jaunt to the home of Sir Titus Salt. The wonderful village of Saltaire, a world heritage site in the district of Bradford. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill, … Read More

City of Bradford, in the morning sun

I had some time to kill in the city centre of Bradford early on a Sunday morning, so took a walk around with some beautiful sunlight. I was hunting out buildings that had the sun coming across them or partially lit, to add some depth in the shots. There is … Read More

Two Viaducts, one tunnel & the cutting

Stepping away from the Yorkshire Dales, I thought I would venture out to some new locations. Although I have always know about these places, and seen plenty of images from the area, I’ve never visited them. The weather and light wasn’t particularly good on the day, but when is the … Read More

Visit Bradford’s First InstaMeet

Visit Bradford’s First InstaMeet Visit Bradford who are constantly working to promote all the great things in Bradford District, organised there first InstaMeet. A part guided tour around the city with the Director at City Of Film, David Wilson. Along with an all access visit to the newly renovated St … Read More

Bolton Abbey Sunset

The Bolton Abbey estate is in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, near Skipton. Located on the banks of the River Wharf, and is the estate of the Duke of Devonshire. At the heart of Bolton Abbey Estate lies the Priory Church and Ruins of an Augustinian Priory in its … Read More

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