We had a photo-shoot at Elizabeth Gaskell's House - one of Manchester's hidden gems,
In the drawing room, having a cup of tea in 1860. This is the room where apparently Charlotte Bronte's overwhelming shyness made her hide behind the curtains to avoid a visitor while she was staying with the Gaskell's.
It is exactly the kind of room where its tempting to climb through the looking-glass and see what we found on the other side but we resisted.
Huge thanks to EGH for making us welcome.