©Anne-Marie Marshall 2013
One of my favourite hobbies as a teenager was photography. I got my first half decent camera when I was 15 and when I was 22 I got a Canon SLR. Sometimes hobbies fade in and out of your life and it certainly faded out of my life for the past 10 years or so. So when I got my iPhone 4S at last I had something I could carry everywhere that took decent pictures. Then I found the Instagram app - I was well and truly hooked again.
If you are on Instagram you can find my growing gallery by searching for the user name Angelickittycat. Or if you want to see my Life in Northern Towns page on Pinterest where I post all my pictures of towns follow this link. I can even be found on Instacanvas too.
The image above is of the Manchester Civil Justice Centre. It's one of Manchester's most original and striking buildings built in the past ten years. I truly love this building and how it changes in the Manchester light. This was took on a sunny June evening and I double filtered it through Instagram with added brightness. I really need to remember what I used - probably lo-fi and hefe, which are my usual suspects when filtering.