Tag: South Leeds Photographs

Looking at Leeds 2012 photography competition

Every picture tells a story .. the Looking at Leeds 2012 photography competition is looking for photographs of Leeds that capture its people, places, cultures and communities, writes Stephanie Hewitt of Leeds City Council. The city has a huge range of events each year – from markets to parades, workshops

Slideshow: The wonders of Middleton Park

[slideshow]Photographer Alex Smith joined the Middleton Life local history group’s rainy walk around Middleton Park with the Friends of Middleton Park last week. His photos of the walk, which looked at the rich history of the park were so good we thought we’d include them as a slideshow on the blog.

Picture Perfect: Holbeck Cemetery at dusk

This wonderfully atmospheric photograph of historic Holbeck Cemetery at dusk was captured by reader Hilary Denham – aka Leedslily on photo sharing platform Flickr. You can catch more of Leedslily’s photos of Holbeck Cemetery on the South Leeds Life group Flickr pool. And there’s a fabulous set of her Beeston

Picture perfect: View from Holbeck Cemetery

South Leeds Life reader Jonathan Bliss has shared this beautiful photograph of Leeds’ inner city skyline at dusk taken from the viewing point at Holbeck Cemetery. We think it’s a truly breathtaking photo! Jonathan has kindly shared a couple of photographs of the view from the cemetery on the South Leeds Life group

Picture perfect: ‘Beestonscape’, a photo of south Leeds in the snow

Regular South Leeds Life reader Ed Carlisle has sent us this wonderful photograph of Beeston with a difference. Ed says: “Just thought you might like this pic of Beeston in the snow, for your archives. It was taken by my mate Chris Heward.” Thanks for sharing it, Ed – it’s a

Help picture south Leeds through the 4am Project

Photographers with mild insomnia and an eye for the unusual will have the unique opportunity to play their part in an innovative global project to record and document their community before dawn, writes Karen Strunks. The global phenomenon that is the 4am Project returns for its seventh event on 15th April, as