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Bolton Abbey, Summer Sunset.

Beautiful Bolton Abbey Bolton Abbey enjoying a late summer evening. An unofficial Telegraph & Argus camera club evening trip out to Bolton Abbey. The visit was great to see how other photographs in the club work, and the resulting photographs. Faced with the same landscape and view, resulting it such … Read More

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Bradford Cathedral, Bradford

Telegraph & Argus Camera Club visit to Bradford Cathedral Bradford Cathedral, full name Cathedral Church of St Peter and formerly Bradford Parish Church. Situated in the heart of Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. The site used for Christian worship since the 8th century. Missionaries based in Dewsbury evangelised the region. The first trip out from the Telegraph & Argus Camera … Read More

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Whitby Abbey Illumination 2017

Whitby Abbey Illumination 2017 The annual pilgrimage to photography the Whitby Abbey Illumination. Beautiful looking again, with the added dramatic lighting on the ancient abbey. This was my fourth year visiting the illuminations, I know what to expect, where to go and what to do these days. Before heading to … Read More

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The Luminarium, City Hall, Bradford

Illuminate Bradford (Luminarium) “The Luminarium” As part of the Illuminate Bradford weekend, one of the main features was the display on City Hall. The Colour Project has been brought in to bring city hall to life with lights mainly, and sound. Telling a story of some of Bradford’s history through a 10 … Read More

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Slow Shutter Photography in Saltaire

Salts Mill, Leeds & Liverpool Canal and United Reformed Church Travelling home from a long weekend working for Gin Festival in Nottingham, took a slight detour. Dropped off a friend in Baildon, and dropped into Saltaire for some late night photography. Slightly unprepared with no tripod, improvising for the slower shutter … Read More

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Cattle Market Graffiti

Bingley Cattle Market Graffiti After hearing that Bingley Cattle Market was getting demolished, someone from work asked if I’d be interested in documenting  the graffiti. Bingley Cattle Market, use to be a bustling market with local farmers trading livestock. Foot & Mouth soon slowed the trade down, and the cattle … Read More

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Light Painting at Salt n’ Pepper Pots

Light Painting at Cowling Pinnacle & Lund’s Tower Late on a Tuesday night, I thought I’d give the wire wool spinning another go, failed….. Luckily took the Pixel Stick as a back up. Running around the Sutton hillside in the dark waving a big stick is always interesting. Certainly getting the … Read More

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Whitby Abbey Illuminations 2016.

2000 Year old Abbey, Illuminated Yearly trek to Whitby for the Illuminations at the Abbey, 4th time I’ve been and gets better each year. Late┬ásunset added some wonderful clouds and clear sky, first time I’ve had that shown. Add in rotating lights on the main end of the Abbey, seemed … Read More

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St Paul’s Church, Denholme Gate.

“St Paul‘s Church is a grade II listed building situated in an imposing position overlooking the village of Denholme. Completed in 1846, it is constructed in the early English style of architecture comprising of a seven bay nave and lean to aisles, a Chancel and a vaulted roof with ribs … Read More

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