This is a detail on the back wall of Ordsall Hall in Salford. This historic house dates back over 750 years. I believe that this part of the building is some of the oldest surviving part of the present hall which was built in the 15th century. One of the things that Continue reading “Tudor Timber Framed Building Detail”
Although the inside of the Great Hall of this tudor mansion is very interesting, I think it is the outside of Ordsall Hall where the best photographic opportunities are. This was taken in early evening and there wasn’t Continue reading “Ordsall Hall Salford”
Here we can see the snow covered tow path and frozen canal leading your eye to the Packet House at the end of the Bridgewater Canal. The canal runs from here to Runcorn and then into the Manchester Ship Canal. I often make the Continue reading “Frozen Bridgewater Canal at Worsley”
Frozen canals always intrigue me and make me want to jump on the ice. It looks as though the canal boats are imprisoned. This photograph shows an alternative view of the bridge over the Bridgewater Canal which I published a few days ago. If you Continue reading “Bridge over the Bridgewater Canal”
This month has seen one of the heaviest snow falls in the UK and with snow come photographic opportunities. However, until yesterday I hadn’t had the opportunity to get out with my camera. In my opinion the Packet House in Worsley was always crying out for that extra special element when I photographed it back in the summer. The frozen canal in the foreground and snow topped roof really give it an extra sparkle.