Saturday, 4 June 2011
I'm desperate to replenish my stock of photos to post on my blog - running really low since I've been otherwise occupied. I set out at 'the golden hour' to see what there was to see in Saltaire... but, before I'd got very far, the sun had slid behind a bank of clouds and that was that! I did, however, catch this window in Salts Mill reflecting the golden stone, made warm in the evening light. The original old Victorian glass is so flawed that it looks more like a reflection in water than glass. This was a window in Sir Titus Salt's former office annexe. He must have had a romantic and rather soft-focussed view of his creation through that window!
This is my contribution to Weekend Reflections - click here to see thumbnail pics of the other entries; there are always some great images.