These are some of the buildings in Sheffield that caught my eye, both old and new:
Above is the City Hall, a concert venue.
Below is Sheffield's Anglican Cathedral.
The Millennium Gallery (below), opened in 2001, has art, craft and design exhibitions. It also holds two permanent collections: the Ruskin Collection of beautiful books, art, minerals and natural exhibits collected by the Victorian writer John Ruskin in order to inspire Sheffield's workers; and an exhibition of Sheffield metalwork: the cutlery, flatware and tableware for which Sheffield was once famous.
A Ferris Wheel reflected in the glass of a shopping centre:
Modern offices and apartments:
Finally, a ten-storey steel-clad structure that turned out to be ... a car park! It's known locally as the Cheese Grater, for obvious reasons. Why build a boring car park when you can have one as stylish as this?