Have you ever owned a car that you regretted getting rid of? I’ve been looking for another Morris as of last month and honestly just can’t find one that I love as much as our old one 😭 I’m hoping that we will find one and just know it’s the right one. 🤞🏻
01 . 2017 – A
This year has brought some amazing travels and with it some awesome photo opportunities. But unfortunately I have only been able to share a limited amount of photos of these adventures as of yet (#gdansk#australia#newyork ). Buying the film has been quite a cost, and next is the cost of developing it. But as I have endeavored to learn how to develop and print my own b/w rolls, I will first have to complete the purchase of my own personal developing kit. From January onwards I will be slowly getting back more (if not most) of this year’s photos. As always; soon more.
Slow but steady. For me it’s more about taking the picture, then about showing/sharing it in the end.
Looking forward to some walks over the holidays, breathing in the fresh air at the start of winter.
Last week we had a wonderful wreath making class with @byappointmentonlydesign ✨ They are running these until Christmas so worth popping by if you looking for a fun afternoon before Christmas #thisislondon
To me, a fairy tale seems to have become reality.
It does feel like that in Edinburgh, doesn’t it?
I was always fascinated by this miniature castle-like house and wondered what’s the story behind it.
Does anyone know?
Originally granted as a free borough in 1204, Chesterfield benefited greatly from the building of the Chesterfield Line – part of the Derby to Leeds railway (North Midland Line), which was begun in 1837 by George Stephenson. During the work, a sizeable seam of coal was discovered during the construction of the Clay Cross Tunnel. This and the local ironstone were promptly exploited by Stephenson, who set up a company in Clay Cross to trade in the minerals.
During his time in Chesterfield, Stephenson lived at Tapton House, and remained there until his death in 1848. He is interred in Trinity Church. A statue of him was erected outside Chesterfield railway station in 2006.
Photo skilfully captured by @explorewithbrendan