This view from the 'less-photographed' side of Saltaire's historic church is only really possible in the winter, when the bare branches of the trees allow the detail of the lovely tower to be seen. Light reflected off the snow illuminates this Victorian gem, opened in 1859 and now a Grade 1 listed building.
Had I been able to get out last Sunday (sneezing and sniffles prevented me) this is more or less what you would have seen. We had about this amount of snow, but it has all disappeared again now. Had I been out on Sunday, I might also have tried to get the shot without the railing in the front... one can always improve things with hindsight.
Jim and Betsy said in the comments that they'd like a closer look at the prints in my exhibition, so I've decided I will take the opportunity to show them here. I hope that won't spoil it for anyone who intends to call in at the Half Moon Café but it will neatly get over the fact that I have very few 'new' photos stocked up at present - and little opportunity to get out and take some more. Most, though not all, of them have been on my blog before but some of them were featured quite some time ago.