This was another discovery whilst “tidying-up”. I have no idea where this came from. If Mr Kinnear would like it back, he’s welcome to it, but I fear it is a little out of date.
Outside, the snow is thick on the ground and the wind has the bite of a Rottweiler with a hang-over. Even Lucy the Dog refuses to set paw outside the door. The enforced incarceration means that I have to turn to that list of jobs I have been putting off – and in particular the massive challenge of tidying my […]
ALBERT BURNETT (1916/17) This is a scan of a tiny old photograph (only 3cm wide) of my father, Albert Burnett. At a guess I would say that he was about five or six years old when this photograph was taken which would make it either 1916 or 1917. The clothes are more than a century old, but that smile has […]
FIRE IN HALIFAX (c1968) I am not entirely sure where I took this photograph, but it must have been in the Lister Lane area as the other frames on the negative strip were taken in People’s Park. There was a mill fire which seemed to attract a larger audience than the brass band in the park.