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Beautiful Nature Blue Pond in November, Biei, Hokkaido, Japan Winters loyal swan couple Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Scenery, Amazing Places
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Blue Pond in November by Kent Shiraishi / 500px

Biei, Hokkaido, Japan

A giant vulture and a hungry jackal fight over a pile of bones. Photographer Stephen Earle snapped the scene from a hide as the two animals battled at Giant’s Castle Game Reserve in Kwazulu Natal… Wild Life, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Wild Animals, Nature Animals, Wildlife Photography, Animal Photography, Black Backed Jackal

Jackal & Vulture

Jackal & Vulture

The abandoned Mayfield station in Manchester, the last passengers train left in I loved the dusty atmosphere of this place. The smell of diesel oil lingers long after the last train had left. Abandoned Train Station, Old Train Station, Train Stations, Derelict Places, Abandoned Places, Haunted Places, Manchester Central, Disused Stations, Aerial Images

The silent station

See the full set of Mayfield Station photos here The abandoned Mayfield station in Manchester. The last passengers train left in 1960. I loved the dusty atmosphere of this place. The smell of diesel oil lingers long after the last train had left. © phill.d

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Abandoned Harpurhey Swimming Baths Manchester x Empty Pool, Place To Shoot, Digital Photography School, Abandoned Places, Haunted Places, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Buildings, Photo Location, Architecture

Abandoned Harpurhey Swimming Baths Manchester

We couldn't fill the pool with water for the grand finale night time reflection shot, so we did the next best thing by placing tea light candles in the changing cubicles to let them glow orange in contrast to the blue night sky illuminating the pool. It wasn't really until after the First World War that bathing became a habit. By that time most of the houses being built had their own bathrooms where baths could be taken in ease and comfort. This improvement in housing meant that public…

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THE CRAZY CORRIDOR!

Water ingress and condensation leave wonderfull light reflections in the corridors. For more pictures and my detailed article of the abandoned Harpurhey Swimming Baths Manchester explore see Here Harpurhey baths were shut immediately during a routine inspection in 2001 amid major health and safety fears when it was discovered there were serious defects in the building's walls and machinery. Cracks in the baths' walls repaired five years earlier had widened beyond repair, and the walls were…

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Best viewed Large on Black Scout tunnel is situated on the Huddersfield narrow canal between Stalybridge and Mossley, Lancashire. Scout tunnel is 616 ft (205 yds) long and is carved out of solid rock. The Huddersfield Narrow Canal runs for 20 miles between Huddersfield in West Yorkshire and Ashton under Lyne in Greater Manchester. Standedge Tunnel 5 miles away is Britain's longest canal tunnel at 3.25 miles long . This was one of our recent explores a few weeks earlier. *You can read my full…

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I recently visited the Abandoned Harpurhey Swimming Baths in Manchester and found it to be a real gem to photograph. Jon Doe recently posted some exce Derelict Places, Abandoned Places, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Places Ive Been, Places To Go, Steam Boiler, Abandoned Buildings, Manchester City

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It wasn't really until after the First World War that bathing became a habit. By that time most of the houses being built had their own bathrooms where baths could be taken in ease and comfort. This improvement in housing meant that public facilities were no longer required for sanitary purposes. Similarly, relative cheapness and availability of domestic appliances meant that laundries also fell into decline. Manchester City Council closed all its laundries in the early 1980s. For more…