I wasn't going to take any photographs this morning as I have snapped this subject matter so many times before, but I enjoyed walking around Sheffield so much this morning that I had to share it with you.
We started with breakfast in the city, and then decided to have a wander around.
Here you can see the Cholera monument on the hill. The 402 victims of this terrible outbreak of 1832 were buried and commemorated. One of the Kettle Drums of the ill fated "Museum of Popular Music" (now Sheffield Hallam University Student Union) sits on the right hand side, and between the buildings sits the fantastic independent Showroom Cinema and cafe.
Of course you know about our fantastic Cheese Grater car park. The artist Pete Mckee said that if this was in Barcelona, it would be a huge deal. I think he is right!