British weather is one of this country’s predominant conversation topics. We are never satisfied, too cold, too wet, too hot, but whatever the weather it can create beautiful and interesting effects. I hope you like the “conversation” below.
Rainbow Drops (Edit 1)
True Lips (Edit 1)
True Lips (Edit 2)
Rainbow Drops (Edit 2)
Thanks for visiting and don’t forget your umbrella.
I am know I am biased but Manchester is such a cool city, no matter what you are into, music of every genre, art in many forms, fab food and bars, fashion for all and two amazing football clubs .(Okay I really wanted to say one, but begrudgingly I have to now acknowledge the red team too )
Anyway this post showcases some inspiring and feel good finds from a recent wet Saturday afternoon in town.
You looking at me..
Crossing the line
The Salford Bard
The Writing is on the wall
A casual drink
Manchester Craft Centre
Wall of colour.
Wups how did Roma find her way here ..
Thanks for visiting and enjoy a day in Manchester.
I was glad to say goodbye to January,such a long dark month and personal stresses and now it’s the latter end of February.
I haven’t been up to a lot, photography wise but I did manage to blow away the cobwebs by having a revitalising stroll with my husband and Roma on Formby Beach. The only downside was that there was no coffee van, but I did capture a couple of decent shots and brought back a beautiful coloured shell which reminds me of sea and the shore.
I have wanted to see Gaudi’s iconic Sagrada Familia for such a long time as I love his quirky shapes and colours, but I also discovered the Palau de la Musica Catalana. This absolutely blew me away which is the creation of the architect Luis Domenech. Both are stunning for different reasons.
I am just going to let the photographs do the talking, but please see the following links for information about both of these gems of architecture.