Saturday, 17 December 2011

Equitable shadows and reflections

Formerly a warehouse for the Hyde Equitable Co-operative Society on Railway Street. The middle floors are occupied but the top floor offices and basement storage area are currently to let.

The tree in front not only throws its shadow across the brickwork but is also reflected in the windows of the building.

For a wider view of Railway Street please visit Hyde DP Xtra.

For more reflections please visit Weekend Reflections

For more shadows please visit Shadow Shot Sunday


  1. Great capture for the day, Gerald, Interesting building! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


  2. I love brick buildings and reflections. Nice shot!

  3. Great picture indeed. Please have a good weekend.

  4. Well the colors, the textures and the glass reflections.

    SHADOW OF CHRIST is my direct link for Shadow Shot Sunday2.

  5. Looks like a strong building determined to weather the passing faces of time! The tree's reflection is so beautifully defined and contrasts well with its echoing soft shadow on the brickwork!

  6. The brick is from the past, and gives this edifice the look of quality from a different era. The building is best left standing and used for different purposes these days. I like the window/door arches, such style add a nice touch to a building built for its function first. Great capture!

  7. Both the reflections and the shadows are stunning!


    Many shadow-seekers say,
    “Oh, the one that got away!”

    Why are you so uptight, folks?
    Can’t you take light’s little jokes?

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Gnarled Tree Shadows

  8. such a great shot...thanks for the details along with the photo!!!