Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Fire In Halifax

 


I can't be certain, but it must have been around 1967. I had been to the Central Library - which, at the time, was perversely located about a mile from the centre of Halifax - and I was walking back to the bus station, down Hanson Lane. I had my camera with me (which was more of a creative investment back in those days when cameras were bulky, heavy, far from smart, and unable to make the simplest of phone calls), and I was anxious to capture something of interest. The fire engines, hosepipes and watching crowds provided me with just the opportunity I needed: a fire in Halifax.


The original shot was in black and white, but I couldn't resist adding a touch of colour to brighten up my daily calendar on a very damp and monochrome day.

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