Barbara Fallas: Looks like it's brightening up outside ....
Barbara Fallas: February .... and too wet to go outside except for essential things ...
Barbara Fallas: Although not as famous as the Pankhursts down the road in Manchester, Annie Kenney, who came from Oldham and pictured here outside our Town Hall, played an important part in womens' suffrage and ...
Barbara Fallas: trees and water ...
Barbara Fallas: no coots here ...
Barbara Fallas: Water edge ... COOT!!!
Barbara Fallas: Water edge ... COOT!!!
Barbara Fallas: Water edge ... COOT!!!
Barbara Fallas: February ... water edge
Barbara Fallas: couldn't resist these tulips ...
Barbara Fallas: fine fat geese ...
Barbara Fallas: water under the bridge ... well, that was 2019 ...
Barbara Fallas: everything is drained of colour ...
Barbara Fallas: It has been a bumpy kind of year ... and I don't mean just for us but most people I know ...
Barbara Fallas: emerging from the darkness under the bridge ...
Barbara Fallas: it's Christmas
Barbara Fallas: walking home from Angela's ...
Barbara Fallas: chicken in the rain ...
Barbara Fallas: autumnal corner in a watery city ...
Barbara Fallas: today, in Manchester, was very wet ...
Barbara Fallas: December 8th
Barbara Fallas: the man at the next table ...
Barbara Fallas: Into town today ...
Barbara Fallas: beech leaf soup!
Barbara Fallas: ... how deep is the sky ...
Barbara Fallas: where branches meet ...
Barbara Fallas: November ...
Barbara Fallas: This is what I've seen, for a long, long time, as I've walked out of Victoria Station in Manchester. And now it's gone, replaced by a shiny new hotel.
Barbara Fallas: ... and still more Red ...
Barbara Fallas: In celebration of Red ... (but not in celebration of rain which is causing so much distress at the moment in Yorkshire and elsewhere)