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    ...not many opportunities to get out to take photos is Stevenage but I forewent the cooked breakfast for the continental and made time to go out in the rain for these this morning....comments welcome....all 100D


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    looks a bit of a dreary place Brian. I think the third shot has the most interest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    looks a bit of a dreary place Brian.

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    agree a throw back to the 1970's

    they work very well in B&W and do like the 2nd, well done
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    The b&w show the true Stevenage, a dull place, that I used to attend in the Fire Service. One thing going for it was it used to be the home of the Vincent motorcycle. Nicely portrayed set.

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    Some really nice street photography Brian

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    That's a really good black and white set. I live in Letchworth, 7 miles away and you've portrayed Stevenage town centre well; it definitely needs a make over. Stevenage is not all bad though; the Old Town is interesting and some of the shopping areas on the town outskirts are good - including one with a brand new Gin Palace of a Debenhams. Good set of images though; I particularly like the composition of the third with the movement of the cyclist.
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    Thanks All...yes its a bit dull at this end of town where my hotel was situated....as you say Tony the old town is interesting and completely different, we went to an Indian there on Monday....lots of character in the high Street.
    Stevenage gets a bad reputation for the arcade design new town but it has more good than bad I'm sure.
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    Very good reportage set... well done.
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    Thanks Lee
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    Doesn't seem to have changed much from when I worked there in the 70's.

    3rd Shot for me as well
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