This public square in central Manchester has many different monuments and statues. It’s also surrounded by a wide variety of interesting architecture. For me it’s hard to take a step back and capture a wide photograph with people. But this is the reality of what this square looks like on a sunny day. I often focus too much on that one famous building or statue and forget to capture the general scenes around me.
Scarecrows come in all shapes and sizes. In this case a doll. I was exploring my dad’s new allotment. After seeing the great fruit and vegetables he’s growing for the family. I looked around at the neighbours. Some had little sheds. Some hand crafted signs. Then this allotment with a few doll scarecrows. This was my favourite, surrounded by colourful flowers.
Just as I got to near the top of Snowdon I spotted this pair of what seemed to be abandoned walking boots next to this rock. There wasn’t anybody around, but now when I look at this picture I have to wonder if there was a person sat on the other side of this large rock. If not I wonder how they got there and who in their right mind decided now was a good time for a spot of walking bare foot back down the mountain side?
This is a close=up view of the back of the brightly painted wooden beach huts at Whitby. I love the four different, bright colours that these huts are painted. It is more of a patterned photograph, but it reminds me of childhood summers by the coast (although I don’t recall ever visiting the town of Whitby before). I chose to zoom in and focus on the blue hut and let the ones in the distance blur out of focus.