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These streets may make you feel brand new.

Chicago

Walking in Chicago

Walking in Chicago

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Two views of New Haven. The car park was horribly located but made very impressive use of concrete.  


At the Edge of the Campus, Kalina, Mumbai

At the Edge of the Campus, Kalina, Mumbai


Allotments and cloud at Saxton, Leeds

Allotments and cloud at Saxton, Leeds

More Saxton

Harmood Children’s Centre, Kentish Town, London. Yes, a dull photo, but wanted something to record our stay in Camden for four nights.

Harmood Children’s Centre, Kentish Town, London. Yes, a dull photo, but wanted something to record our stay in Camden for four nights.

Mount St Mary’s High School and moon, Leeds

Mount St Mary’s High School and moon, Leeds

Rust (Broadcasting Tower), Leeds

Rust (Broadcasting Tower), Leeds

Kremlin with Sputnik, Leeds

The Kremlin is our pet name for a clunky and massive sub-Terry Farrell government edifice at the end of the Headrow (actually, it may well be a Terry Farrell). But it has a charming and willful trinket at the top which almost makes the stupid scale and bland brickwork bearable.

These streets may make you feel brand new.

Chicago

Walking in Chicago

Walking in Chicago

holidaypictures:

Two views of New Haven. The car park was horribly located but made very impressive use of concrete.  


At the Edge of the Campus, Kalina, Mumbai

At the Edge of the Campus, Kalina, Mumbai


Allotments and cloud at Saxton, Leeds

Allotments and cloud at Saxton, Leeds

More Saxton

Harmood Children’s Centre, Kentish Town, London. Yes, a dull photo, but wanted something to record our stay in Camden for four nights.

Harmood Children’s Centre, Kentish Town, London. Yes, a dull photo, but wanted something to record our stay in Camden for four nights.

Mount St Mary’s High School and moon, Leeds

Mount St Mary’s High School and moon, Leeds

Rust (Broadcasting Tower), Leeds

Rust (Broadcasting Tower), Leeds

Kremlin with Sputnik, Leeds

The Kremlin is our pet name for a clunky and massive sub-Terry Farrell government edifice at the end of the Headrow (actually, it may well be a Terry Farrell). But it has a charming and willful trinket at the top which almost makes the stupid scale and bland brickwork bearable.

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Wandering through cities is my favourite pastime. Here are some photos of interesting buildings or spaces I come across.

Alan

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