The walls of 'Cloggy', Clogwyn Du'r Arddu, tower over Llyn Du'r Arddu on the flanks of Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales. Cloggy is a famous rock climbing venue and provides hard routes in an alpine setting.
Envelopes, postal voting statement and ballot paper for England's North West region for the forthcoming European Parliamentary election. Voting day is June 4th and the paper lists 94 candidates. One Independent and twelve Parties, several of which I know nothing about- yet! I have one vote.
Secure behind a double fence, here is the Salford entry point to the Guardian Exchange, the Cold War communication bunker built under central Manchester in the 1950s. This structure is located about half a mile away from the central Manchester entry point, pictured on Apr. 30th, and is close to Salford Cathedral.
Located in Peel Park, Salford. This obelisk was erected in 1870 and bears marks showing the depth of floodwater here when the adjacent River Irwell broke its banks on Nov 16th, 1866. A depth of 8ft. 6in. is recorded.
The bar of the Blue Lion, a reconstruction of a Victorian public house dating from around 1870. Built from items salvaged from similar pubs of the period when they were demolished during the slum clearances of the 1950s and 60s. This is situated in Lark Hill Place, a re-creation of a Victorian Salford street, located in Salford Museum and Art Gallery, The Crescent, Salford.
Commonly called "Cuckoo-pint", "Lords and Ladies" and "Jack-in-the-pulpit". The central spadix bears the flowers which emit a smell of carrion. This attracts the flies needed for pollination. Photographed near Brynteg, Anglesey.