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By lawrenceburrow
I thought that this shot was appropriate,
it seemed to be letting everyone know that the Townville Estate was being demollished and at the same time rebuilt, providing new homes for some of the existing tennants who had bought their old homes and were getting re-located on the same site.

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Black and white

Voters: DRicherby, meercottage, peg and 12 more


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DRicherby 11 269 726 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2009 6:24PM
*grin* A well composed and well taken shot.

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.1k 2238 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2009 7:53PM
Superb composition, strong story.
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riprap007 15 1.6k 37 England
17 Dec 2009 12:36AM
one of the pics of the week for me
andmolliethedog 14 120 11 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2009 11:27AM
I agree with riprap..this is a first class bit of work....sometimes it suprises me the things that get tons of views yet quality work seems to get missed...
jimmy-walton 17 11
22 Dec 2009 7:44AM
Not a classic but very close!!! Go back and ditch the waste bin it too distracting ...
andmolliethedog 14 120 11 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2009 8:41AM
keep the wastebin!
22 Dec 2009 7:35PM

Quote:Not a classic but very close!!! Go back and ditch the waste bin it too distracting ...
I am a strong believer of keeping it real, true unmanipulated traditional photography. The bin could have physicaly been moved at the time of taking the picture, but I feel that it is a perfect stepping stone and an intended pun taking your eye from the messenger boy to the properties in the background.
jimmy-walton 17 11
26 Dec 2009 7:54AM
Ok! Keep the bin ...merry xmas jim

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