This was taken from the floor in front of a bus stop with a few incredulous looks from the people queueing...
Must have looked quite odd anyway.
It's a shot that links a few I've posted over the last few months.
The main part is Call Lane, you saw that fronted by a blue grate the other day - the main shop there is Blue Rinse, the retro shop. Then there's yet another tattooist, a fruit machine place and at the far end, a Chinese Buffet bar thingy. Not bad if you're in a rush.
Everywhre in Leeds has a bus stop by the way - I can't avoid them!
Extreme right is the corn exchange building just peeping in (I may crop this, not sure yet - but you saw that 2 days ago and voted nicely for it) which shows the cobbled street to the pubs down there. You can see Cafe Rouge, which is yet another shot I posted, that got a HC last year.
So in a way, it's a shots that provides a missing link.
it's an area most people never look twice at, they're either on their way to the market, their bus or a pub. Must admit, till I got a camera, I was the same!
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D |
|Lens:||canon 17-40 |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Uploaded:||10 Mar 2008 - 7:46 PM|
|Tags:||Architecture, Blue rinse, Cafe rouge, Church, Close-up / macro, Corn exchange, Hdr, Kirkgate, Leeds, Parish church, Photo journalism, Tattooist|
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