Saturday 14 April 2018 Placards placed outside Sheffield Cathedral where 'No Stump City' installed their banners and leafleted. A protest against the felling of Sheffield trees and the shameful £2.2 billion PFI contract that Sheffield City Council have signed with Amey. For more information on the protest and to read how protestors are seeking to... Continue Reading →
3 November 2017 The phenomena of cloud iridescence occurs when light is diffracted by small water droplets or ice crystals. Using the tower block construction to mask the intense glare of bright sunshine I was able to reveal the wonderful colours of the cloud iridescence. November Sky Number 1 HERE
3 November 2017 The phenomena of cloud iridescence occurs when light is diffracted by small water droplets or ice crystals. Using the tower block construction to mask the intense glare of bright sunshine I was able to reveal the wonderful colours of the cloud iridescence.
Lady's Bridge is the oldest bridge to cross the River Don in Sheffield. It is also the name of the album released by Richard Hawley in 2007. Read about the Bridge HERE Listen HERE to the album track Tonight The Streets Are Ours. Bonus song fact: Tonight The Streets Are Ours featured in the opening... Continue Reading →
The Grey Squirrel is not a native species to the UK. After it was introduced in the 19th Century it gradually displaced and grew to out-number native Red Squirrels. On Little Bits of Sheffield it has for one day displaced the usual less animated content and is dedicated to Victoria over on Neo Watercolour. The... Continue Reading →
As it winds through Sheffield the River Don features a series of weirs. These are a legacy of it's industrial past. They were used to impound water which was used to power mills, hammers and grinding wheels. Walk Mill weir supplied the Upper and Nether Walk mills and wheels. Click HERE to read more about the... Continue Reading →
Dan is back on the River Don creating his wonderful sculptures from materials found in the river. He created his first set of temporary sculptures late in 2016. Over the winter months the flow and the rising of the river has returned them to the river bed. Click HERE to see one... Continue Reading →