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I had the day off work today so could spend a little more time than usual wandering around looking for images to capture.
The town council is upgrading, some may say destroying, the pedestrian Mall in the centre of town. It’s a place where people gather to enjoy the atmosphere, bookshops, cafes with outdoor seating, a fountain, playground for kids … but right now, it’s a mess.
Vehicles ererywhere. Foreshortening compresses the cars in the immediate foreground, with those on the street, with those in the car yard.
David caught between Goliaths. Sort of. The small ex-house, which now houses the local internet provider, is squashed between two larger buildings.
Just a couple of blocks form the town centre lies the racecourse. At one corner of the racecourse sits the stables; with a couple of tenants.