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February 15, 2013 / petrastridfeldt

Picture day 291 – On my way to Manchester

© Petra Stridfeldt

© Petra Stridfeldt

For about 7 years when driving from Macclesfield to Manchester I have passed by these, to me quite hideous, houses and every time I’ve been thinking that I have to stop and photograph them and at last I did it the other week.

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  1. StillWalks / Feb 15 2013 7:30 am

    There is no excuse for bad design. How did they get away with building these things?

    • petrastridfeldt / Feb 15 2013 10:16 am

      Yes that is a very good question.

  2. eldinsmille / Feb 15 2013 10:19 am

    Very good composition in photography!
    I expect someone to run through this shoot!
    Something like De Chiricos paintings: something like Melancholy (http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/1025/flashcards/699744/jpg/melancholy.jpg)

    • petrastridfeldt / Feb 15 2013 11:30 am

      Thank you. I actually had one photograph when a person walked pass but I chose the one without but after your comment I “nearly” changed my mind 😉

  3. Stephen G. Hipperson / Feb 15 2013 10:58 am

    Great idea to wait for the right sky to act as an appropriate foil to the utilitarian buildings! 😉 I like separate bands of colour across the frame. And, while the individual units of accommodation are identical, their owners have made their attempts to personalise them – in the shape of the different doors.

  4. alangent / Feb 19 2013 3:04 pm

    Ours is the one with the dark brown door……ha ha only joking, between Levenshulme and Ardwick, no?

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