This photograph was taken at Dunham Massey Park on my last trip to the UK for a friends wedding. I’ve shared a number of images of this park as it is close to where I grew up and one popular National Trust properties in Cheshire. The old mill is one of my favourite scenes but here we see the stables and carriage hall which have now been converted into shops and a cafe. I’m not sure the significance of the water in the foreground but I felt it gave a nice reflection. Off to the left of the frame I’ve found fallow deer that roam freely around the park. The Hall dates back to 1660 so these buildings are certainly hundreds of years old. The stables are in the foreground and carriage hall behind.
I have stopped at the Barbridge Canal Junction a few times on my way between Chester and Nantwich. Today I am showing two photographs to illustrate how Continue reading “Summer v Winter at Barbridge Canal Junction”
Located in Bollington near Macclesfield, Clarence Mill can be seen above in the top left of the frame with the town of Bollington in the foreground. This mill provides Continue reading “Clarence Mill, Bollington”
I recently found myself driving over to Bollington, just near Macclesfield in Cheshire for a nice pub lunch and afternoon walk with a few friends of mine. Walking back down from Continue reading “Street in Bollington, Cheshire”
White Nancy is a structure on top of The Saddle of Kerridge, overlooking both the village of Kerridge and the town of Bollington. I first walked up to White Nancy with a group of friends when staying at the nearby Savio House retreat as a child. It was Continue reading “White Nancy Cheshire”