Mellow Moods for Autumn (3): Heysham shadows

Sun in Gemini

Heysham village is a delightful outlier of old Lancashire…

Its main street curls up from a one-alley access road for a stony shoreline to become a row of beautiful stone cottages that have stood there for hundreds of years.

Near St Peter‘s Church – there since Anglo-Saxon times, the road bends and climbs. This cottage dominates the corner; and today, the light and the shadows it cast were perfect for a monochrome shot.

©Stephen Tanham

Stephen Tanham is A Director of The Silent Eye, a distance-learning school for the deepening of the personality and its alignment with the individual soul.

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