Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Images of ..... Snowy Saltaire

    Salts Mill 


 Saltaire United Reformed Church

 
 View of the New Mill chimney

 The Boathouse and the URC

 Quiet lane behind the church

 Looking towards Albert Terrace


Caroline Street looking towards Victoria Hall

11 comments:

  1. Your photos are stunning. I would love to visit your town.

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  2. These are absolutly stunning..all of them!! I love the second one and your right..worth enlarging..the deail of the buildings and the reflections-
    Oh..and who could argue with you New Year's thoughts- terrific:)
    My best~

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  3. Saltaire is a beautyful city. And under the snow , it's magnified! all seems so perfect, silent, quiet, and cosy. A real Christmas landscape!Seen from here, its a dream!

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  4. Just beautiful! The architecture is just perfect with the snow!

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  5. As I live in a small town on the prairie these photos of your town are beyond marvelous. What a wonderful set of buildings.

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  6. Now I'm getting to know your town in all seasons. It is very pretty in the snow.

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  7. Oh, Jenny! What a glorious feast for the eye - these are truly beautiful!!! They'd be superb additions to a coffee table book. Have you perhaps considered having one published? I'm sure it would sell well! You are very gifted at what you're doing :)

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  8. These are beautiful! And how did you know that I needed to revert to color photographs? Maybe because my world is mostly white for four months here in NW Wisconsin - and without sunshine for the past two days. Your photos cheer me!

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  9. Snow makes for lovely shots! Well done.

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  10. Jenny, I love these "frozen" moments. I have a deep love of literature and write a bit. My blog is usually social/political stuff (boring)but Sundays are creative. Read, if you have time, my short, short story from this Sunday past. I try to do what you do so beautifully, capture a moment and stand back and wonder about all that had to occur to get to that place at that time.

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