Photo-a-Day (Tuesday, 10th December, 2013)
Civil war re-enactment
Photo: Andrew Fishburn (Canon EOS 6D)
Your bang on with the comments admin.
Good shot, hey, mind your eyebrows.
Just a flash in the pan.
Great shot, looks like a model town from this vantage point. I recognise the bridge over troubled water pub, or whatever it,s called. I think the event was on the 28th Sept. no doubt Jim Latham will verify it cos he went into town that day.
Wow. Split-second timing after a 360 year wait...
It's a view I've never seen before!
I didn't realise there were so many blocks of flats in the Scholes area. Am I correct in thinking the flats are in the Scholes area?
Lovely photo by the way!
And a jolly good time was had by all. I love those town centre organised events. I think Wigan has made a good job in this respect.
Derek, sorry but you'll miss a very nice Christmas Lunch at "The Wheel" which is part of Wigan Tech. The meal is prepared, cooked and served by students. No doubt we will have a few pints afterwards in ---- you've guessed it--- The Moon under Water.
Right, back to the photo, a great shot. Wigan looks fine but does anyone know what happened to the mosaic text which referred to Our King Henry III, who granted Wigan its Charter in 1246.
Is yon mon trying to shoot a Sheppy off top o Boyswell house??
A good shot of a shot Andrew, excellent timing.
I drove past those flats in "Scholes Village" this afternoon - the newly-applied white exterior cladding is turning green with mould/ moss.
The gun-shot fire looks superimposed to me...
Sorry it's a little late with this photo, folks, but as it's a rather unique vantage point I thought it was worth sharing.
Gary, no superimposing here fella, just a 'proper' photo - whatever that is!