Poking up through some trees just past Jubilee Bends in Shaw, Oldham is a long-forgotten and abandoned chimney that belongs to Bee Mill. Amazingly, its crumbling red bricks are now home to saplings that have managed to garner a root hold many years before in the mortar-less grooves and probably continue to thrive due to the amount of rainfall the borough receives annually.

*Shot on a Canon 600d 18mp dSLR using a Tamron 55-200mm f/4-5.6 Di ll LD lens with settings at ISO-100, lens at f/4.5, spot metering mode and an exposure time of 1/1250 seconds*


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