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Wednesday, February 04, 2009

100 New Bridge Street

Shot with Olympus E520
What do you do if you are an architect, designing a building surrounded by Victorian and Edwardian magnificence, and 60's London Dull? If you are modern architects, the answer is a very creative modern stained glass, best viewed from the inside, or of a winter evening with the light shining through.

After reading the Diamond Geezer's exploits at this address, I wasn't surprised when a security guard bustled out immediately I started to photograph. But, I was surprised when he apologised, said that he had to ask and was happy with my explanation that I found it of sufficient artistic merit to photograph.

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posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 1

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Blogger Per Stromsjo said ... (21:55) : 

Good to hear that it's not always the photographer who has to apologise.

 

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