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These are my pictures exclusively of the shiny Steel City of Sheffield (try saying that when you're drunk) to try and show, in a positive light, what a wonderful place it is to live and how lucky we Sheffielders are to live in one of the greenest cities in the world! All photos are located to within a few feet of where I took the picture from and the images are straight from camera with minor adjustments for contrast and colour to give as accurate a portrayal of the scene as possible. The photos are best viewed large, ideally on a HD monitor. Enjoy! PS. The date and time each photograph was taken can be found by clicking 'extra information' at the bottom right of each page.

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Thanks for your empathy and kind words Neil. I have a couple of job applications in elsewhere and there will be other opportunities as time goes by so it could be worse. I just wish I had a nice little pension package so I could retire early like your good self! ;)

I realise that you have problems with navigation and urban geography Lord Sixxy but this shot is not of Broomhall. The picture was in fact taken in The Botanical Gardens. Once again, I am happy to have been of assistance for I am a helpful fellow.

Wonderful Picture!!!!

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Hi, thank you for your kind remarks. Can I ask you what the brochure is for? If it's a charitable thing then I usually say yes but if it's commercial then I would expect more than just a credit. Thanks for asking.

Likewise Neil, have a very Merry Christmas and keep clicking! And you never know, I might just get around to start titling!

I flashed at them!!! was very dull. Lol

Yes Neil. I popped up there early on Saturday morning hoping they'd be lit up by the morning sun but it was a little overcast and hazy and then the sun did come out but it was so low in the sky and the trees were casting so much shade that it didn't make much difference. I was also disappointed that they're doing work on the dam so they'd lowered the water level which revealed the base of the poppies and which meant there were no decent reflections in the lake. I was quite disappointed thh.

Purely an English clock I believe. Greetings and thanks again for your comments!

The gun like object is actually a bollard that can be lowered and raised by the local residents to restrict access. Nothing as romantic as some kind of historic defence mechanism! Lol

Thanks for your comments nctmihal Michel. Not sure what you mean by "russian churches?" The town is conserved because of its historic importance and beauty and was chosen as the location for 'Last of the Summer Wine' because it is an attractive typical Yorkshire market town.

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