A walk through the Botanical Gardens in Sheffield will reveal many things to you
Rivington on the West Pennine Moors is an area I like to visit ( I direct you to previous blog posts for evidence of this ) . It’s criss crossed by a spidery web of twisting roads and lanes that attract riders of the motorized and unmotorized variety. Weekends are popular for these meet ups, the Top Barn especially, a three B’s kind of thing, a Bike, a Burger and […]
Anyone who has had the stamina to wander through the ramblings in this blog will know that regular themes and places turn up. One of the places is Southport on the Lancashire coast. For me it’s easy to get to place and useful for blowing away the mind fogs that settle from time to time and lead the idea ships onto the rocks.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so this time around I’ll go more on the pictures and less on the words. Give you a break from my ramblings for at least one post anyway. This time my time wandering blog takes us back to January of 2020, just before the wheels fell off the world and everything stopped. I live fairly close to the resort town of […]
A favourite photo location of mine is the small village of Rivington on the West Pennine Moors a little to the north of Bolton, Lancashire. Rivington nestles in the shadow of the moors and is the location of a set of terraced gardens built by the owner of the Sunlight Soap Co, Bolton born business man William Lever, later Viscount Leverhulme. In the early 1900’s Lord Leverhulme purchased an estate […]