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Andrew Brooks
Artist / Photographer / Filmmaker. Exploring cities, the natural environment & imagined worlds. Artworks available, sales of which fund my making new work.
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Andrew Brooks 35m
Replying to @waynebamber18
Heading to Brockholes now, got a second day exploring the area for a commission, lots to check out!
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Andrew Brooks 1h
A beautiful avenue of trees in Haslam Park yesterday afternoon.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 16
That’s great news Mo, congratulations.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @JoyceBWriter
I think so, or gritstone maybe, something along those lines.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @SinfieldDesign
That’s fascinating to see, the point where things were paused, the current stickers in the windows.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @SinfieldDesign
Thanks, let me know if you fancy catching up for a coffee sometime, I’m really interested in digging into the history and the current life of New Mills, a fascinating place by the looks of things.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @SinfieldDesign
Something macabre at every turn, not quite up there with the Murder Stone but close.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @Aimz_1987
We had a couple like this in the village I grew up in down south, seemed to do most of there business at about 4pm after school home time.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Thank you Ruth!
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @SinfieldDesign
Do you know how long it’s been since it closed down, was it a corner shop in its final days?
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @SinfieldDesign
Thank you Karl, good to know more about this!
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Karl Sinfield Sep 15
Replying to @AndrewPBrooks
The old butcher shop - pic from 1897 showing meat hanging from the rails:
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
A lovely old corner shop in that we walk past on the school drop off, shut down for a while by the looks of it. Still got the old Brooke Bond Tea adverts in the windows if you look closely.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Across the rooftops of , framed by the leaves of an Oak Tree.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
I’ve been enjoying exploring the history of today.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Sounds perfect!
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
That’s great, glad to be catching the tail end of the summer!
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
A few cows on the next hill over, catching the sunlight yesterday evening. From a bike ride out of .
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @Pauline06257671
I don't know, be interesting to find out.
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Andrew Brooks Sep 15
Replying to @nervouscrying
Nice!
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