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There is some consistency - yes
Chris: The colour of the stone of the buildings matches, but architecturally they're from different planets..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 24 Jun 2017, 06:48
There might be a big ? And I wonder also about the lots of lights! A fine observation!
Chris: I would like to think there would be more historical sympathy should the modern buildings be erected today Philine. In the 1960s they didn't care some much about these things
We do this so well in this country.
Chris: We are world leaders in ruining things
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 24 Jun 2017, 09:07
It could be much, much worse, Chris.
Chris: Yes of course it could Ray
The Georgian building is of course beautiful but the other is typical 60's or 70's, at least it is not a skyscraper type building towering above the others.
Chris: Yes at least it's not that Brian
the building on the right reminds me of what is called flatted factory house in Singapore, Chris. i see your point.
Chris: Just trying to match the balance of old and new Ayush
Blimey! I have a snap of a building like this coming up before the month is out. Mmyseries finisghes then ... unless you want the series extended for another month
Chris: Err...no!

Get out onto the beach at Southwold and take some interesting figure studies..
Mmm, or not?
Chris: Ancient and modern only just rubbing along together Tom..

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