Photo-a-Day (Tuesday, 2nd February, 2016)
From St. Wilfrid's
Photo: Rev David Long (Sony SLT-A65V)
I agree Rev Long, a good job all round and an expensive one as well i imagine. I can see the house in which i lived from 0 years until 24, great memories, thank you.
Nice photo Rev. It would be cold in the stocks today.
lovely photo. it almost looks like a model village.
I work for a firm in Adlington named ,Naylor and Walkden. One of the lads in the joiners shop had the job of replacing the timber stocks, guessing about ten years ago,he took the old ones out to copy them using Green Oak,the same timber used around Wigan Pier walkways .Nice winter scene photo, Rev David.
Very picturesque. The well, the stocks, the cross and the old-style street lamps make and olde-worlde scene, to which the snow adds an extra charm.
A very pretty scene..almost like a watercolour painting by one of the old masters.
Great pic David!
Maureen...hows the acrylic painting doing?
This would be a great monochrome subject!
David Barker - is Tony Walkden still involved with the business? I seem to remember the firm closing, then reopening again with some of the existing staff. Knew Tony very well, mainly from nights in the White Crow pub.
Johnny..I'm enjoying using acrylics..
I painted moodysues dog over on Wigan
Rejects..she had just had him put to sleep,and put his photo on..I felt sorry for her and knew I had to paint him..as I say..I'm enjoying using them..Johnny excuse me if I've already asked but what medium do you use.
I paint in acrylics and water colour.
You may know me as "Giovanni"...
How are you?