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Stockport's Pictures

Blue John Window
Blue John Window (Canon PowerShot SX230 HS)

We had a quick trip ot Vernon Park this afternoon, and on a trip to the toilets (there's always one) we stopped at the cafe. So waiting about for someone to come back I saw this. Initially thinking it was stained glass but suspecting it wasn't because it just didn't look like stained glass I found out that it was one of the largest Blue John window.... erm... I Stockport and perhaps elsewhere. Unfortunately the Canon didn't do it much justice, I knew I should have brought my Nikon.

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Been a long time been a long time
Been a long time been a long time (Nikon D5000)

What with decorating I have had little time to take pictures or be bothered to be quite honest. So this is an archive pic from the Hat Museum at Stockport, a bit of symmetry and organisation in a world that fails in both of those.

I would love to tell you that I have had some wonderful exploits but that would be wrong, however bear with me and over Christmas, pics might be aplenty.

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A Wood Fish Out of Water
A Wood Fish Out of Water (Nikon D5000)

Another busy day driving from one place to another. This time just off the Mersey where there was a bleachworks. In fact I think from the map that was there the bleachworks would have been on top of us. Now a trading estate it's a little different and there are information boards around to explain the transition. I assume the cleaning up of the Mersey is why we have this sculpture to suggest that it's now repopulated with fish.

From here we headed off for more adventure. Off to Marie Louise Gardens. I think we took longer getting there than we did going round it. A small plot absolutely full of squirrels. When I say full I mean really full of these not so timid creatures. Despite this they moved rather too quick to get a really good picture in the light. I did at one point think they were taunting me. I was just getting one into focus that had come right up to me (which was a problem because the focus was far away) and as I was getting the little blighter into focus he sat up as if saying “Here I am” just for me to get him right and then he was suddenly gone and then click... sod it. Even when they were sat in a tree getting annoyed all still I had a hard time with the light and me being rubbish.



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Vire from B & Q
Vire from B & Q (Sony Ericsson K700i)

Stockport's Pyramid, which is owned by the Coop Bank in the distance with the mess of roads in front. Seemed a better picture in my head.

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