Nottingham’s Pride

This months photo blogging challenge theme is:  patriotic (n.) lit.  One who defends or is zealous for their country’s prosperity, freedom, or rights. I struggled with this theme, because I feel that patriotism is not always a good thing. In the past in Britain, when our people were fighting in world wars, they were considered as … Continue reading Nottingham’s Pride

Unlocking The Past

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Door.” This door belongs to ‘The House of The Flying Wheel’, the former manufacturing centre for Samuel Morley’s textile empire based in Nottingham during the 1800’s.  This is one of Samuel Morley’s original and most prominent textile manufacturing plants. The 19th Century name given to the … Continue reading Unlocking The Past