Thursday, 18 August 2011

Skywatch And More Day Trips

Another shot from Bolton Abbey earlier this week for Skywatch.  To see more skies from around the world please see Skywatch Friday.




Today we went for a little visit to a new gallery called The Hepworth after Barbara Hepworth.  It looks like a big bunker from the outside.





They have a walk of fame with stars (just two of them).

the great Henry Moore (love his work)

and of course Barbara Hepworth.

No photos of the inside as I wasn't sure which parts allowed photography and didn't want to get into trouble.



the favourite part for the boys was the really good playground outside. Art and sculpture isn't exactly the most interesting of things when you are little.





11 comments:

uberrhund said...

Lovely overcast skies behind two very different buildings this week! Galleries can take shape inside so many sorts of walls it is amazing what one finds behind them. Also Awesome that they have a play area!

Leena said...

Your first photo make me remember Scotland, when we lived there 11 months a long time ago :) Not many sunny days then.
It could be interesting to see inside this gallery too, but you may be right - no photos.
nice weekend to yo and greetings from the eastern part of Finland.

EG Wow said...

How nice there was something for everyone - art for you and a playground for the kids.

Riet said...

Nice something to do for the whole family. Lovely shots

Genie said...

What a wonderful abbey. You are so fortunate to be doing this grand traveling. I envy you and the children. They look so happy. Love the post. genie

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shots
happy SWF

MY SWF ishere
MY PORTFOLIOhere

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shots
happy SWF

MY SWF ishere
MY PORTFOLIOhere

Kim, USA said...

Fantastic building and they have different character. Love the composition.

SWF

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

Greys upon greys - striking shots!

Steffi said...

Very beautiful photos for SWF and a very interesting post!Thank you for sharing and have a nice weekend!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice post and your shots, too.

Regards!