A short while ago, well the 12th June if you’re going to be picky. I visited Hebden Bridge and posted several photos of my day there. The were other photos of that day that I didn’t post because, at the time, I wanted to move onto something new. I now wish to return to that visit and to a walk that I did on the morning that I arrived at Hebden Bridge – to Heptonstall, a tiny village high on the outskirts if the town. It seems to be a place that hasn’t changed in a hundred years.
For the next week or so I’ll post my photos of my morning there. I hope that you enjoy them.
A cobbled street in the old town.
The village pump.
A street adjoining the grounds of the church.
For this series of photos I used my Pentax KP 24MP cropped sensor camera with a Sigma 10-20 mm f/3.5 lens.
For this photo the shutter speed was 1/40 @f/4.5 and 16 mm, The ISO was 100. The shot was tripod mounted.