Tag Archives: City of Leicester

Mean Streets…

“If in doubt of what to photograph then just spend some time walking around places that you know….” as Tyrion might have said a wise man once said.  Of course this is nonsense but the view hasn’t changed that much … Continue reading

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Who needs David Hockney?

Always have your camera with you used to be the old refrain.  Of course nowadays most of us always do.

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It’s the image that counts

This morning over my breakfast cereals I read an interesting piece about the decline in innovation in new cameras.  In short the article argued that camera manufacturers weren’t giving the consumer reasons to replace their equipment on a regular basis. … Continue reading

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Cardinal Exchange

The Cardinal Exchange building is, in my view, the ugliest building in the city of Leicester.   It was built in the early 1970’s by the then GPO Telephone and used to house one of the national telephone exchanges.  It … Continue reading

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Walkin along …enjoying the sun…

Enjoying the early spring sun in Leicester

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Walking with David

When everyday has blue skies and sunshine then you get rather use to it.  However, when you usually live under a grey cloud a day of blue skies and warm(ish) breezes is so enjoyable.  Today was one of those rare … Continue reading

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Not on the Tourist Map

It has been a couple of years to remember for Ratae Corieltauvorum they buried one of England’s most notorious monarchs (Well at least that is what Shakespeare would like you to believe – the truth is as always so much … Continue reading

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