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The Hugh Aston building in De Montfort university.

This shot with the bus going past works well on it's own merit. But does it work well for Camera School? Is the exposure good? Does it follow the rule of Thirds? Do the light trails flow?

Riseholme Woods in the grounds of Riseholme Hall a Grade II Listed Building in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

 

Leicester

 

De Montfort University

 

Edith Murphy House

Happy Easter everyone.Took these photos 25 years ago!Thinking about doing some photo cards!I also made the painter's palette at Leicester Polytechnic's (De Montfort University) Industrial design workshops!

The gardens at Riseholme College in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Riseholme Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

 

De Montfort University is a public university in the city of Leicester, England. In 2008, 70% of the university's research was deemed 'world leading', or 'internationally excellent' in the United Kingdom Research Assessment Exercise. Wikipedia

 

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Pictures Copyrighted to Beth Walsh photography. DMU fashion show with Claudio Ranieri receiving honorary degree.

De Montfort University's new Business and Law building.

Pictures Copyrighted to Beth Walsh photography. DMU fashion show with Claudio Ranieri receiving honorary degree.

Pictures Copyrighted to Beth Walsh photography. www.bethwalsh.co.uk

DMU Orchestra practices.Prisoners have been inspired by the beauty of live classical music, thanks to a special De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) String Orchestra concert.

The historic performance took place within the walls of Her Majesty’s Prison (HMP) Leicester and it is believed to be one of the first concerts of this kind to be performed in the UK.

Riseholme Hall a Grade II Listed Building in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

Pictures Copyrighted to Beth Walsh photography. DMU fashion show with Claudio Ranieri receiving honorary degree.

Pictures Copyrighted to Beth Walsh photography. DMU fashion show with Claudio Ranieri receiving honorary degree.

Riseholme Hall a Grade II Listed Building in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

 

Leicester City covered in snow. Pictures taken from the top of The Summit Tower

The gardens at Riseholme College in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Riseholme Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

 

Took this a month or so ago, in Repeater, a club in Leicester. I really like how old it looks....

Leicester City covered in snow. Pictures taken from the top of The Summit Tower

The gardens at Riseholme College in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Riseholme Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

The gardens at Riseholme College in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Riseholme Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

Heritage House, the home to De Montfort University's Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities and the Marketing and Communications Directorate. 61 Southgates, Leicester, Leicestershire.

The Grade II Listed former 18th century stable block, now used for storage at Riseholme College is a rural science college of Further and Higher Education, and a former campus of the University of Lincoln.

 

Built as a stable block for Riseholme Hall, it was altered in 1840 by William Railton and also later in the 20th century. It was constructed of limestone rubble with ashlar dressings and has a slate roof with one brick ridge stack and concrete tiled roofs to the lower ranges and a yellow brick wall.

 

Pictures Copyright to Beth Walsh photography. www bethwalsh.co.uk. Varsity at Leicester Arena. DMU Pitbulls basketball team in action. #teamDMU #DareToWin

 

Riseholme Hall a Grade II Listed Building in Riseholme Lincolnshire.

 

The Hall was built in the middle of the 18th century by the Chaplin family. Formal tree planting and the lake were already in place by 1779, but by the early-19th century the south park had become more informal. In 1840 the estate was sold to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to become the Palace for the Bishop of Lincoln. The hall and park were re-modelled and a new church was built. The estate was sold in 1887. It was later bought by the County Council in 1945.

 

The site was converted into Riseholme Farm Institute in 1949, before becoming in 1966 the Lindsey College of Agriculture. In 1980, the Lindsey College merged with its counterparts in the parts of Holland and Kesteven, and the combined county-wide college of agriculture was taken over by De Montfort University in 1994, before transferring to the University of Lincoln in 2001. The University of Lincoln announced that it would not be renewing its further education contract at Riseholme College after August 2012. Bishop Burton College then took over the site to deliver courses for post-16 students.

 

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