• Peek-A-Boo Jackdaws

    Jackdaws in Brierfield, UK. Camera: Nikon D300s. Lens: Nikkor 70-300mm. www.ipernity.com/group/england

  • Pendle Witch.

    Camera: Nikon D300s. Lens: Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8

  • Delusions of grandeur.

    Camera Nikon D90 with 70-300mm lens.

  • Danger......Low-flying witches !!

    Photographed near the village of Roughlee in Pendle "Witch Country", Lancashire, UK. Camera: Nikon D90. Processed with Nikon Capture NX2.

  • Witchgrass car.

    A Car covered in "Witchgrass", a type of artificial grass made of monofilaments. Camera: Nikon D300s. Lens Nikkor 16-85mm.

  • "Harry Potter" platform, National Railway Museum, York.

    Camera: Nikon D90 + 16-85mm Lens. The National Railway Museum (NRM) is a museum in York forming part of the British National Museum of Science and Industry and telling the story of rail transport in Britain and its impact on society. It has won many awar…

  • You looking at me....?

    Near Barley, Lancashire. Camera Nikon D90 with the excellent AFS Nikkor 18-105mm "kit" lens....one of the first photos I took with this camera. www.ipernity.com/group/alphabet-site

  • Hitching a ride.

    Magpie "Hitch-hiker" seen near the village of Newchurch-in-Pendle. Photographed with a Nikon D90 camera fitted with the "kit" 18-105mm lens and processed with Nikon Capture NX2 software.

  • "Caution. Blonde thinking". HFF

    Seen on a car in Colne, Pendle, UK. Camera: Nikon D300s. Lens: Nikkor 16-85mm. NOTES.

  • Men and their toys.

    This little steam-powered train was spotted in a park near South Shields, UK.

  • Security overload.

    Seen on the Leeds-Liverpool canal near Colne, UK. They say "An Englishman's home is his castle" but this seems to be taking security a little too far for a wooden shed in the middle of nowhere :-) Camera: Panasonic TZ10.

  • Jam-mixing bowl at Trawden.

    An industrial-sized jam pot in the "poetry garden" at Trawden, Pendle district, UK. This bowl was discovered in a farmer's field at Wycoller, just over a mile away, and once belonged to Sir William "Pickles" Hartley (1846 – 1922), jam manufacturer and ph…

  • To Hebden Bridge....maybe?

    A confusing sign seen on the Cycle Route Waymarker 68 in Colne, England. According to these directions, Hebden Bridge is both left (North) and right (South) although in fact there are no left or right turns here. Hebden Bridge is actually 11 miles from he…

  • South Shields 'Fisher Folk'.

    The “Conversation Piece” consists of 22 life-sized copper-bronze statues near The Groyne lighthouse at Littlehaven Beach, South Shields. Designed by the Spanish artist Juan Munoz they have been a talking point for the last few years. Locals refer to the f…

  • "One man went to mow"....by car.

    Another shot from the archives, photographed in the grounds of Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, North-East England. This is a great way to mow the lawn......assuming you have a castle-sized one !! Photographed with an Olympus SP550UZ "bridge camera" an…

  • When shall we three meet again?

    "What are these, so withered, and so wild in their attire, that look not like th' inhabitants o' the Earth, and yet are on't ?" (Shakespeare: Macbeth). This photograph was taken with one of my first digital cameras, an Olympus AZ-1 compact which had a ve…

  • Dr. Who takes a trip on the canal.

    Could this be where "The Doctor" spends his time between trips through space and time? Seen on the Leeds-Liverpool canal near Barrowford in Pendle district, North-West England, and photographed using a Nikon D90 camera. Processed with Nikon Capture NX2.

  • Kids-in-a-box.

    A digital close-up (taken using a Panasonic TZ10) of an old film-photograph / print which was originally taken in 1986 or 1987. Processed with Nikon Capture NX2. Models: Sarah & Charlene.

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