The Stable block and Salt's Mill in Saltaire in the Sunshine. A nice bit of alliteration - and a nice cheerful photo, I thought. The view is from the front of the church, which Sir Titus Salt had built - very deliberately - right opposite the main entrance to his huge mill. The Stable block and its cottages date back to when transport was by horse and cart or carriage and there had to be space to care for the horses. Nowadays they are used as residences.
We've had a lot of rain lately but also some sunny, blue sky days. Most of the leaves had fallen by the time I took this shot in mid November. Can you see the tree stump in the foreground? ( Another S for Stump!) A big tree sadly collapsed earlier in the year, leaving a gap, but the silver lining in that particular cloud is that it has opened up this pleasant view.