Tameside Captured: Showcasing the Best of Tameside through Photography

TAMESIDE Captured, a thriving Facebook community by The Correspondent, has been making waves as it brings the picturesque beauty of Tameside to life through stunning photographic captures.

Group members have been exploring every nook and cranny of the borough to showcase its best in photographic form.

With an ever-growing membership, Tameside Captured has become a hub for locals to share their talents and discoveries. From landscapes to cityscapes, portraits to abstracts, the group encompasses a wide range of photographic genres that truly encapsulate the essence of Tameside.

Join the community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1689679511210273

Here are some of our favourite shots from the last few weeks.

Swan at Daisy Nook by Paul Edwards
Strolling the canal paths in Mossley by Mark Healey
Park Bridge in Black and White by Andrew Matley
Mills and water in Ashton-under-Lyne by Lesley Hallows
Heather on Stalybridge moorland by Arczik Kapustka
Daisy Nook Country Park by Anthony Lomax
Black and white of The Old Fleece in Mossley by Ben McDonal


One Reply to “Tameside Captured: Showcasing the Best of Tameside through Photography”

  1. I left Tameside in 1953 when my parents moved from Carr Cottages at Carrbrook to Low Mill Farm in the parish of Silkstone near Barnsley in Yorkshire. I still love every inch of Carrbrook and Tameside in spite of all the changes that have taken place over the years and at 88 years of age there’s nothing I like more than to park up in Tintwistle and saunter over the moors to look down on the old place from Slatepits Moor.
    These excellent photographs of Tameside are a real tonic to an old bugger like me and I hope to see more and more of them in the weeks and months to come. Thank you Tameside Correspondent you do a magnificent job.
    Bill McGuinness

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