Photo taken: Monday 13th July. I took this photo as I walked from town to home. Even though I basically pass this car park every day, I hadn’t taken the time to appreciate how pretty it is lined on three sides with trees. Even though it’s obvious that a car park is there, it does make it much more attractive to passing traffic.
Photo taken: Tuesday 14th July. I live in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. One of the most iconic images of Chesterfield is the Crooked Spire Church, which was built in the 13th century. The Spire was built straight, but built with green timber and with 32 tons of lead tiles on top of it, may have caused it to ‘twist’.
Photo taken: Thursday 16th July. This was taken along the side of a main road running through Chesterfield. There’s so many flowers along the sides of roads throughout our towns in England, and when you look for them, you’ll notice just how many they are.