Examples of my photography taken on my travels. Hope you like, if so leave a comment.
Kinmel bay and Rhyl Harbour
For the past 6 months i've been involved in a massive capital project for one of my clients and this has meant that since the start of 2022 I have sent over 3 months in Rhyl, living and working on site. I've had my dog with me and have to walk her twice a day. [...]
I’ve been working in New Brighton again recently and in the past few days have walked around the town center quite a few times. Here are some of my photos of the wonderful street art in the area alongside some of the views over to Merseyside and Crosby docks.
Mousehole December 2021 On Boxing Day I went for a walk from Penzance to Mousehole and back with the little furry animal. I have never seen the place so quiet and its quite obvious lots of holiday homes were empty. Sad really. Photo date: 26th December 2021 Photography copyright: Mikki Tiamo
I was in New Brighton today and instead of walking down the promenade or the beach, I decided to cut through the town centre and was massively surprised first of all by the street art of New Brighton on the buildings but also the quality of works. The building in the town centre are all […]
Its Manchester Pride Baby! Yeah. 26th August to 31st August
Hell, yeah! It’s Manchester Pride weekend this August Bank Holiday weekend. Starting tonight, the 26th of August, Manchester Pride is go! I can’t wait as I really missed Manchester Pride in 2020 because of Coronabollocks so this weekend I’m gonna party, hair down, inhibitions left at home, and dancing shoes on. Plus because I missed […]
The Humber Bridge Hands up, I admit it. I love bridges and who wouldn't love the longest suspension bridge in the UK. The Humber Bridge. Once the longest bridge in the world the Humber Bridge is 2,220 m, that's 7,280 ft; 1.38 mi in old money. Opened on 21st June 1981 it was the longest [...]
Oil Rig Disassembly Okay I was blown away when I saw this Oil Rig Disassembly while driving the coast from from Middlesborough to Hartlepool. These things are massive and as I was driving down the A178 towards Hartlepool I had a WTF moment and although I probably shouldnt have, stopped to have a look. Felt [...]
Angel of the North, Near Gateshead "When in the North East of England then you must visit the Angel of the North" I'm told, time and time again by friends and colleagues. So here we are at the Angel of the North. This statue has been here since 1998 and its 20m in height and [...]
Middlesborough Transporter Bridge from the North Shore I was in Middlesborough on the 13th July and afterward, I went to look at somewhere I've wanted to see for a while, the Middlesborough Transporter Bridge at Port Clarence near Middlesborough. It's an Auf Wiedersehen, Pet thing! Sadly, the bridge is currently closed because apparently, it needs [...]
Walkies round Ancoats and New Islington, Manchester
Walkies round Ancoats and New Islington, 19/06/21 After Friday night drink fest with Gavin I needed to have a walk and clear my head get some excercise. I first went to Eastern Bloc for breakfast and was severly disappointed with the service and the food was cold. Been going there for ages and this was [...]
I've just spent a great week away in deepest Penwith, Cornwall. I needed a break after lockdown 3.0 or whatever number it is now! I needed to go chill out, relax, and breathe. Away from work, away from my house, and away from my family. I also needed to go and see some of my [...]
The Doodle on Ducie Street, Manchester near Piccadilly Train Station A brilliant piece of artwork, called the Doodle on Ducie street. Located between Piccadilly and Dale street, just behind 111 Piccadilly. This is a fab piece of artwork and must be 35 feet in length and 7 ft high. The artwork was creted by 30 [...]
Cobra Kai Mural, Northern Quarter, Manchester The NHS Nurse Mural has now been replaced with this Cobra Kai Mural which is an advertisement for a TV program on something called Netflix. No idea what the program is about but i'm betting its some kind of Karate Kid program. The mural is located on the corner [...]
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