Over the next week or so I will be here, there and everywhere, and the best I can do is to provide a daily record of where I have been and what I have seen. We start close to home – but as the days go by the locations are due to get rather more exotic.
Sunny Afternoon Church Street in Honley, near Huddersfield, on a rare sunny afternoon. Thistle Floss Thistle Floss, Bradley Road. Just waiting for the slightest of breezes to send it on its way.
There is a delightful serendipity about the objects that end up in the window of a second hand shop. All human life is there – available at a bargain price.
The Calder Valley seen at its very best – on the way to the pub!
Pot House Hamlet is the site of a 17th Century glassworks and an 18th Century pottery just outside the village of Silkstone. Today it is the home of a charming collection of shops and a restaurant.
The Yorkshire Miner’s Gala parade through Doncaster in 1982, a couple of years before the famous Miners’ Strike. The faces are still confident, the hopes still in place.