It's been a couple of years since my last one, but I've been a trifle busy since then! I took these photographs back in 2007 of two mills in the Saddleworth area - Wellington Mill (demolished and now the site of a Tesco) and Bailey Mill (burnt down) and approached the museum some time ago about the possibility of an exhibition of the photographs. At the time, the museum was just about to close for refurbishment, but fast forward a couple of years and the refurbishment was complete so I asked again and my exhibition opens Saturday (11th November). It's a cracking little museum in a lovely part of the world, and the gallery space is pretty big. There's no big idea behind it, just my monochrome images of the last days of these two old derelict mills, plus some historical images kindly supplied by the museum. I was still finding my way in photography at the time and I did struggle a little to find enough from the two sets of images to put together a cohesive collection, but I'm quite proud of it now that it's on the wall! I've managed to blow up four of these old Nikon D70 images to about A2 size with help from some resizing software. Sure, they're not as good as what I'd get off my D810, but a 36MP camera was only a pipedream in 2007!