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By hobbo
I have decided, to experiment whilst in step aside from my usual to dabble in City-Scape’s all with a dab of HDR, which always seems to work best backed by dramatic skies.

Here, a pair of Post-War tower blocks look menacingly down on the odd bits of the old City which escaped the devastating bombing, and the later, total re-development.

Currently there are even more interesting developments, with 1960s post-war ugliness being demolished to make way for something better....hopefully.


Tags: Architecture City HDR

Voters: debu, mike9005, AlfieK and 18 more

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debu 9 India
24 Mar 2019 5:25AM
Nice image.

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24 Mar 2019 7:15AM
not every building becomes architecture
dudler Plus
15 876 1496 England
24 Mar 2019 8:21AM
A little to the right of this there used to be a building of little architectural or practical merit, called Christchurch House. Underfloor heating was patchy, after open-plan offices were divided, with temperature sensors and heating elements not always in the same space!

However, I spent a bit over 15 years of my working life in there, and when I heard of the demolition, I felt a sense of loss...
Mollycat Plus
5 12 2 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2019 11:44AM
Processing works perfectly.
saltireblue Plus
9 9.4k 35 Norway
24 Mar 2019 2:45PM
Interesting, your comment about the 60s ugliness being replaced by something, hopefully, better.
I get the feeling that in 50 years time, what we think of today as being aesthetically pleasing, will be denounced as 2020 ugliness...

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