A Yorkshire stone wall. Dry. Designed by a craftsman, not a committee. Solid. Coated in soot from generations of hard industry. Formed from layer after layer of grit.
Monthly Archives: June 2020
You sometimes see, on TV crime shows, how Crime Scene Investigators can predict where a bullet was fired from, by tracing back a straight line joining the victims body with where the bullet is lodged in the wall. Using the same predictive system on this photograph I must have taken in the mid 1970s – and substituting the Town Hall for the victim’s head – police are anxious to interview a young photographer who was stood on top of Beacon Hill, Halifax 45 years ago.