A different side to Hatchbank

I very seldom go down this part of Hatchbank Road and with the demolition of the barn and the imminent construction of two new houses on the last vestige of Hatchbank Farm, then this may well be my final visit.

Hatchbank House

Hatchbank House

It’s one of those photographs, you know the best kind that needs little or no processing just a slight exposure adjustment, a small piece of cloning, resize and save.

The best kind of photographs are the ones that need no work done to them and usually if I find myself spending time on a photo it usually means that it’s no good to start with, making the proverbial silk purse out of a sows ear.

However, knowing me then…

Mair tae come

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