Category Archives: Arrival of Spring

Cannon Hall………….one of Yorkshires hidden gems

 Cannon Hall is a fine example of a grand stately home that was developed to its grand proportions through the riches gained by a family in the 18th Century. Officially it is situated inside the boundary of Barnsley, but is … Continue reading

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Everything is green at Hardcastle Crags

I visited Hardcastle Crags in the Spring of 2015 and managed to photograph the Bluebells and Wild Garlic in all their glory. Last Saturday I made a return visit in the depths of winter and was greeted with a “sea … Continue reading

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David Hockney and his “Arrival of Spring” exhibition at Salts Mill

Salt’s Mill (or Salts Mill) is an art gallery, shopping and restaurant complex located in Saltaire, Bradford, West Yorkshire. It is inside a former mill, built by Sir Titus Salt a 19th century industrialist. The 1853 gallery takes its name from … Continue reading

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