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Wordless Wednesday | Capture The Cathedral

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Photo Friday: Manchester Series

This week’s photos comes from in and around Manchester, a follow on from my previous post…but a little more creative.

Manchester is one of the nation’s most vibrant cities and is notable for its architecture, culture, musical exports, media links, scientific and engineering output, sports clubs and transport connections.

Manchester has something for everyone.

 

Manchester Town Hall from the NCP rooftop carpark

Manchester Town Hall from the NCP rooftop carpark

 

Fountain Street, Manchester

Fountain Street, Manchester

 

Sunset on Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre

Sunset on Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre

 

'Fire Window' Manchester Cathedral, designed by Margaret Traherne 1996 after the bombing in Manchester

‘Fire Window’ Manchester Cathedral, designed by Margaret Traherne 1996 after the bombing in Manchester

 

The Lowry Footbridge, MediaCity, Salford Quays

The Lowry Footbridge, MediaCity, Salford Quays

 

Number One First Steeet, Manchester

Number One First Steeet, Manchester

 

Dark Alley, Manchester

Dark Alley, Manchester

 

Iconic City Tower, Manchester

Iconic City Tower, Manchester

 

Civil Justice Centre, Manchester

Civil Justice Centre, Manchester

 

One Angel Place, Manchester

One Angel Place, Manchester

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La Giralda | Seville | Spain

Low angle shot from a  Journeyed horse & carriage infront of the iconic Seville Cathedral & Tower

Low angle shot from a
Journeyed horse & carriage infront of the iconic Seville Cathedral & Tower

There is no more perfect symbol of Seville’s layered history than the Giralda Tower (or El Giraldillo) the bell tower of the city’s cathedral.