A train ride across the Pennines from Manchester whisked me to the West Yorkshire city of Wakefield.
I headed to The Hepworth Gallery, named after artist Barbara Hepworth, who was born there in 1903. It’s a sleek, contemporary building created by David Chipperfield and an unexpected sight in the heart of post-industrial Yorkshire.
I stalked the lofty rooms and corridors, finding delectable shadow, light and lines to capture. But before heading outside to do the same, enjoyed a photography exhibition and inevitably some cake in the gallery cafe.
This is a cool, modern place and well worth visiting if you find yourself anywhere in the north of England.
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