Just for Monochrome
Another grand gateway made using bricks in a wall where the historical builder (1710) seems to have not been able to make up his mind about where he wanted openings! This image is presented in monochrome.
These centuries old frame built homes, infilled with brick, create a picturesque old world impression
The century old large tower of St Swithins Church in Lincoln aligns with and hides the central tower of the much older Cathedral up on the hill, giving an humorous idea of what the Cathedral must have looked like with its spires
The small Norwegian coastal village of Risor has a long history of fishing and wooden boat building. There are numerous places along the indented coast where people live and work, many with their own slips to work on their boats
Lindum Hill in Lincoln is the 4th steepest hill in the UK and the main road to the north out of Lincoln. There are wicked curves at the top and bottom of along straight run, very hard to cycle up, thrilling to cycle down and awful in the snow, these old vehicles with narrow wheels and low horsepower requiring chains to be installed. The original 100 year old photo in my collection from which this was enlarged was taken by my Grandfather, then a City police officer.