i’m standing looking at the natural beauty of the land trying to comprehend how the world can seem so peaceful … Continue reading wondering
sunlight on rain reflects hundreds of years of sweat and toil of cloth traders travelling mile after mile to make … Continue reading rain reflections
this water tastes of barren, bleak moorland of sheep sheltering from hail, rain, snow and sleet, of the footsteps of … Continue reading water tastes of…
i found my paradise when i escaped from my self imposed exile within four blank walls my paradise was over … Continue reading found
Or more specifically why does the Upper Calder Valley which is the area around Luddenden, Hebden Bridge and Todmorden, feel … Continue reading What is it about the Calder Valley?
There used to be more here More walls of stone More roofs of slate More paths to walk More noise … Continue reading A stop at Staups Mill
On Tuesday 17th February I went to the Calderdale Industrial Museum in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Nothing extraordinary about a trip to … Continue reading A step back in time
Here is the latest blog Ryburn Ramblings from Simon Zonenblick. In this months blog Simon looks at the history and … Continue reading Winter Wonders – Ornamental Brassicas (Jan ’14)