Bottles, jars and jugs piled high against a window in Salt's Mill, Saltaire. A stained glass window of infinite variability.
The back of the old Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Elland, taken from Morrison's car park: all empty pews and shopping trolleys. The chapel is a wonderful building, with bits grafted onto the main building like afterthoughts.
This is the alabaster tomb of James Montagu who was the Bishop of Bath and Wells between 1608 and 1616. The tomb is in Bath Abbey and Jimmy was another of those lifeless figures that stopped me and asked for a selfie. On returning home, I Googled James Montagu in order to discover something … Continue reading Hashtag Boring
I have always thought that the British magazine, Picture Post (1938-57), represented photojournalism at its very best and for some time now I have been trying to build up a collection of original copies. A new bundle arrived the other day which were all from the period 1942/3: the very height of World War II. … Continue reading Picture Post Style In Burnley