Living as a student in the centre of Manchester for a few years, I discovered many of the best places for graffiti. One of my favourites is New Wakefield Street just behind Oxford Road Station. Each year there is a music and art festival where the murals get replaced. This is what was here in winter 2013. I have seen and photographed many different works of art on this wall over the past ten years. This piece is a collaboration between Low Bros from the Weird, Dulk and Nicolas Barrome.
Looking down the B6469, more commonly known as Whitworth Street West in Manchester’s city centre, we can see the 12:22 train coming into Oxford Road Station. I was actually stood Continue reading “Train approaching Manchester Oxford Road Station”
This is the oldest of several white horses that are carved into the hillsides of Wiltshire. Historians aren’t certain just how old the horse is, but we do know that it was Continue reading “Westbury White Horse”
Canal Street is a pedestrianised street along the west side of the Rochdale canal in the centre of Manchester. Recently on a Sunday morning I decided to take my camera to this corner of Continue reading “Canal Barge at Manchester Gay Village”
Manchester Central Convention Complex was formerly known as the GMEX centre. Originally it was Manchester Central railway station but has been an exhibition centre for the past 25 years. Pictured above is the main Continue reading “Manchester Central Convention Complex”