It's been mentioned to me before! But no, for a street photographer it's a bit like tampering with the evidence! :eek:
It's one of my many ongoing themes that I keep in mind when I'm out, most come to nothing but it keeps me looking!
Works better for me as a set...
. . . . or walk to Stockbridge and check out the 'Antony Gormley'
One of my regular walks is to the much neglected Victorian section of Warriston Cemetery, about 10 minutes from my front door.
The place is alive...
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Just had a look on Flightradar24 . . . . . I wonder if they're lost! o_O
All taken on my 'one piece of exercise', I have to walk further to my local Tesco! :(
Covid walks . . . .
You've just reminded me of a family holiday to London in 1968, got tickets to the recording of a radio programme at the BBC, special guest....Roy...
Good try Mike, I can see your logic. She only ever did one UK tour and I saw her just up the road from me at the time . . . .
Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Clementina Lady Hawarden? I've got a catalogue from the 1997 exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. . . . . a interesting...
My other place, once things are normal again, is the photography section of the Central Library in Edinburgh.
We overlap on six Kate, including that very same edition of The Louvre, bought it on my first visit there, probably 40 years ago! :eek:
Everytime someone is on television with a bookcase in the shot I immediately scan the shelves to see what they read. :)
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