IT'S the little things that count.
That view from the top of the hill; that garden you pass on the way to work; that shop sign that makes you smile.
Now people in Huddersfield can pay homage to the little things they love about their town - and become artists.
They are being asked to get involved in a series of artist-led workshops that will lead to an exhibit to be displayed in Huddersfield Art Gallery next year.
Those behind the project want people to come forward with their own ideas of the things that make Huddersfield so special.
Keith Jafrate, of Lockwood-based art scheme Word Hoard, is one of the artists involved.
He said: "People can pay tribute to the special little things they enjoy, by taking their photos, writing about them, recording their sounds, or all three.
"It may be a special stone in a particular building, a particular tree in a park or perhaps an old roof that you pass every day on the bus.
"They are what cheer up people and make them smile.
"In my case, it could be that friendly dog I see on my way to work, the arches at Dewsbury Railway Station or the view down from the top of Chapel Hill in Huddersfield."
The project is called "Hidden Beauty and the Songs of Stone" and is backed by Creative Keys.
It is supported by the Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield Art Gallery and Kirklees Council, and funded by European grants.
The public can get involved by exploring the local environment through sound, writing and photographs in six free two-hour workshop sessions, running on Wednesdays between October and December.
It is aimed at people aged between 16 and 65 and living in Deighton, Newsome and Crosland Moor.
The workshops will take place at The Word Hoard in Lockwood and at other locations in the Crosland Moor ward and people are welcome to come to one or as many sessions as they want.
Ami Hallgarth, of Huddersfield Art Gallery, said: "It's easy to think of the urban environment as an ugly place, where things go wrong or get ruined, but all of us know there's more to it than that.
"We want to know about the little things we each find and appreciate that no-one else seems to notice in the town."
People will work with Word Hoard artists, writer Dianne Darby, photographer/visual artist Kath Jones and sound artist/musician Keith Jafrate.
For more information or to book a place on the workshops, people should contact Keith, Kath or Dianne at the Word Hoard on 01484 426626, firstname.lastname@example.org , www.wordhoard.co.uk
The Examiner has come up with a top five - but there are many, many more.
Our images are:
* The "banana" trusses of the Galpharm Stadium (above)
* Black Dick's Tower, Lepton (below right)
* Harold Wilson's statue (below left)
* The wooden cobbles in a yard off Market Place
* The lion on top of Lion Chambers (bottom)
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