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Tag Archive for ‘Food’

SNAPSHOT! Sheffield, Lunch on Eccleshall Road.

Okay, first visit of the day was the Botanic Gardens on the edge of the city. It’s not a long walk from the station and the Eccleshall Road stretch is interesting with it’s spread of indie shops and bars. The first decision was food now or food after the gardens, it was food now… I went to a place I hadn’t been to in a while, I was glad to […]

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SNAPSHOT! Colwyn Bay, Looking Through A Cafe Window.

It’s the Easter weekend and the holiday has been graced with sunshine. I was beginning to forget that you could have the sky in colours other that dull, life sapping grey. So I have taken myself off to Colwyn Bay on the North Wales coast fos a couple of hours camera wandering. I’m currently sat in Amanda’s Cafe, watching the world go by. I like old school style cafes, there’s […]

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SNAPSHOT! A New Islington Lunch.

I’m in Manchester for a few hours, I fancied a walk around the city plus I need some fresh images for my photo library submissions. Needing food, a constant state for me, I took myself over to Ancoats and the New Islington Marina. This was created out of the network of canals that brought cargoes in and out of Manchester before railways and the iron horse gained the upper hand. […]

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SNAPSHOT! Chester, A Little Yellow Pig Lunch.

To continue the day. I arrived in Chester and decided to take a walk over to Hoole, it’s only a few minute walk from the railway station, it’s an area that was scheduled for demolition but wiser heads prevailed and it’s now an area of interesting independent shops. There’s a couple of places to eat, a personal favorite is The Little Yellow Pig. I got there, found a table and […]

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LYTHAM. In Time For Lunch.

Well after yesterdays travelling excitements I thought a quieter day was called for so I settled on lunch, by the sea in Lytham, favourite sport of mine on the Fylde coast and in a favourite eaterie of mine, the Lytham Kitchen. That’s what I did and here’s some photos to prove it. The sun was high and the winds were cold so the post lunch walk was brisk to say […]

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SNAPSHOT! Shrewsbury. Let There Be Lights And Make Them Christmas Ones.

I am writing this by the fading light of the day and the flickering volts of my mobile’s battery as not for the first time I have bounced out of the house without the charging cable. I’ve come to Shrewsbury as a last trip before the steamroller that is Christmas arrives and flattens everything before it. Anyway regular readers ( thank you if you are and hello if you are […]

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