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Parkour Photoshoot at Westwood Mills Huddersfield

BarefootKT

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A quick visit to Westwood Mills, Linthwaite, Huddersfield for a photoshoot with a friend. This listed building is believed to be the earliest surviving woollen mill in the Colne Valley and shows different phases of construction over a long period. It was originally powered by water from the adjacent mill pond. The earliest part of the building was a scribbling mill, facing the mill pond (right), built in 1798 while the canal itself was being built.

Previous reports here -
http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/westwood-mill-linthwaite-10-10.t54326
http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/westwood-mill-linthwaite-huddersfield-oct-2015.t99715



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parkour is about movement and free flow. I don't think you quite grasped this as your pictures would say otherwise to someone who didn't know what parkour/free running is as they look very static.
 

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