Returning to Manchester. Sun, streets and photography

This week I was back in Manchester for work and it was great to see the sun shining (not always the case in Manchester). I deliberately only took the 40mm lens with my Canon camera in an effort to try and make me see the shots that would fit the lens rather than just take pictures and worry about the framing later. It’s been a while since I’ve really had time to think about photography, or even had the to wander about in a city to take photographs.

Manchester 2015

Piccadilly gardens, as busy as ever. Good to see the wheel still there too!Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

When the sun comes out, please will go and sit on the grass. It makes Piccadilly Gardens seem an even more vibrant area of the city. Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

As with many cities these days, there’s a giant Primark in the background. Manchester 2015

Good to see there is a street food culture alive and well in Manchester. You might not be able to see too well in this shot but the brownies from this stall looked awesome! Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

I must have dozens of shots of this part of the Northern Quarter – the art changes quite often – this time it’s all about the small things making a big difference. So true!Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

Manchester 2015

There’ll be more from Manchester soon.

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This entry was posted by Jennifer Ferreira.

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