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07/08/2012 - 8:59 AM

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee

Ozzie55Firstly, I am not a royalist and the money spent this year for Her Majesty's Jubilee is estimated to be around 3 billions pounds.... that is obscene. So when I heard that she was to visit the Pace Corporation in Saltaire (the building next door to mine), I decided to take a short walk to mingle and...

14/01/2012 - 8:35 AM

Bridlington Fish Quay

rokermanFrom early in the history of Bridlington, a small fishing port grew up near the coast, later known as Bridlington Quay. After the discovery of a chalybeate spring, the Quay developed in the 19th century to become a seaside resort. Bridlington's first hotel was opened in 1805 and it soon became a pop...

07/01/2012 - 3:04 PM

365 Project: Day 7

Ozzie55Went back to the weir today to experiment with slowing the water down. I have had quite a few attemtps since living here right beside it, but never seem to be there at the right time of day when the lighting is right. Tried a few with the mill in the background, but they all had burn out either in...

05/01/2012 - 5:41 PM

365 Project: Day 5

Ozzie55A fine but windy day, and the Aire River weir is certainly producing water power at the moment.

22/11/2011 - 3:22 PM

Bradford Fire & Ice

Ozzie55 Ice Sculptures by Jamie Wardley: Jamie as a young lad was interested in spheres of art. He loved theatre, photography, painting, drawing and music. So he decided to become an environmental scientist and outdoor pursuits instructor, because he also loved the great outdoors as well and sought ins...

04/11/2011 - 12:16 PM

An Image a Day

Ozzie55Bingley 5 Rise Lock, West Yorkshire: Bingley 5 Rise Lock is a staircase lock on the Leeds/Liverpool Canal. As the name implies, a boat going up the lock is lifted in 5 stages. It consists of 5 locks connected together with (as always) a staircase, no intermediate "pounds"; the lower ...

andy_AHGWas the the Coach House Gallery to hang my Gritstone & Sky exhibition this afternoon. Hopefully it won't all fall down again before Wednesday night's preview evening (or indeed before the end of the month). Had a right old time finding some clear plastic sleeves to put unframed prints in. I n...