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Newcastle street scene


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This was taken in Newcastle while walking between the Biscuit Factory and Laing Gallery....not sure if I've uploaded the correct size etc.
All criticism and comments welcome....
(this is my first post here by the way)

Newcastle street scene.jpg


Always on
I love Newcastle! Only been three times but am looking forward to returning, hopefully next year.

This is Bad (graffiti) and Good at the same time. It's really arty and the paint colours and shapes are fascinating with the dribbles. The words and letters, etc make it interesting too.

Not sure if the car adds to this (does it add to the story?) or maybe an empty road would make the building look more desolate.

Good photograph and I like the post processing.


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Thanks Snips....Newcastle is a fantastic city, I was a bit reticent in posting this and naming the location as it painted it in a bad light.
I think the place might look completely abandoned if the car had been left out.....but yes it would work without it and reinforce the abandoned idea.
Thanks for your comments!