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Assignment 1 - Co-Op Factory on Belmont Row

One building I visited today was the Factory on Belmont Row, made in 1899. I have found many names for it, but the most common is the Co-Op Factory, which is said to have manufactured furniture for the still-existing supermarket, The Co-Operative. 356 more words

150MC - Developing And Understanding Photographic Practice

Assignment 1 - Birmingham Shoot

After someone online research about abandoned places around Birmingham, I had planned where I would visit today to take some pictures. Whilst visiting these places, I had come across more abandoned buildings along the way. 477 more words

150MC - Developing And Understanding Photographic Practice

Neuadd Fawr: The south east elevation

Here we have  Neuadd Fawr in Carmarthenshire, The  first photo was take over 100 years ago the second in 2013 after the house had become derelict. 69 more words

Abandoned Buildings

‘Approaching the bunker’ – an early glimpse of the book project

The email arrived during the summer, catching me slightly off guard. A writer for the journal Improbable Research wanted to check a few details with me for a piece he was preparing for their website on my ‘bunkers and gender’ paper published last year. 681 more words

Meaning Making

The Green Chair

It sits.

Eerily empty.

In an eerily empty building.

Once-

In the building sat people.

In this very chair

I dare say.

I wonder how many looked out the window… 23 more words

Life Chatter

Fresh, hot coffee

I am positive that there IS a place to get fresh, hot coffee in Santa Rosa. But I am just as positive that this isn’t it.

Santa Rosa, New Mexico
photographed 5.4.2013

Photography

Sale or trade

It’s really no secret to anyone who’s been around the blog for very long that I have a fondness for Santa Rosa, New Mexico…

Many years ago, I made quite a few trips between Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Lubbock, Texas; at that time all I knew about Santa Rosa was that was where to turn (right, heading to Lubbock; left, to Albuquerque). 132 more words

Photography