Walking along the footbridge on Corporation St, Manchester and my eye was drawn to the lovely patterns that were forming on the glass panels.
This young man has been missing since Friday 29th June – if you have seen him please contact the police.
There is a facebook group you can join https://www.facebook.com/groups/275750745866192/ and a Twitter hashtag #findchrisbrahney – any way you can help, whether you have information or are raising awareness or joining in searches. Please keep your eyes and ears open.
The recently renovated St Michael’s Church on Blossom St, Ancoats made a wonderful setting for the NW Spring Wine Fair this weekend. For £10 a ticket you were introduced (or maybe even reacquainted) with an array of fine wines, spirits, liqueurs that were freely administered by the very knowledgeable wine sellers with absolutely no hint of a hard sell. You could buy wine on the day, or order for collection at a later date if you chose to, but there really was no obligation to do either.
I was lucky enough to win two tickets to the event via the @NW_WineFest12 tweeps – so thank you very much. I’ll be back again next time (September I believe) and be more than happy to pay for a ticket.
The recent spell of heavy showers, both rain and hail, followed by sunny spells is just perfect for making photos. OK, it can be a challenge to keep the camera dry when the heavens open, but big puddles and wet streets in the sunshine make for marvellous reflections – just make sure you don’t get soaked by cars driving through puddles.