McToot blows on his bagpipes, whilst Elspeth and Angus watch the notes go floating above the waves!
I have actually been doing much more mending and altering lately. Quite rewarding, I must say.
Secret steps and lost lanes of Whitby brought to life (From Gazette & Herald) - Arguments Yard in Whitby in the 19th Century
Boyle family - Street Study outside a School 1988. (this is a 1:1 modelled recreation of a section of actual street)
Miner & his family, Rhondda Valley, South Wales, 1931
Identity portraits that are torn together by John Clang
Brook Green - Garden Builders and Landscapers
Family Portrait? http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f4/e9/77/f4e977ac382fd1f8dc4a67ec2fd93120.jpg
Youngsters enjoy a kickabout in Glasgow in 1948. Bert Hardy himself came from a working-class family and was the eldest of seven children | Photographer: Bert Hardy, d.1995
The Victorianist: “Here they find helping hands” Or: The Victorian House of Charity