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There’s this wonderful old shop full of antiques and curios in Gloucester. I was in here finding stuff for Father’s Day, and thought I would grab a shot of one of the more interesting looking corners.
In my local shop, there’s a lightbulb attached to one of the shelves, presumably for display purposes, but it made for an interesting close-up.
At the top of John Lewis, looking down. The view, wonderfully symmetrical, is only really obvious if you put yourself in the vague state of reliance that the glass barrier will hold and you won’t go tumbling through.
Birmingham has a lot of almost hidden treasures of architecture. Aside from the Bullring and Grand Central, the massive shopping centres which everyone goes to, is the Great Western Arcade, which contains more upmarket shops than my wallet can stretch to… but makes a good shortcut.
There’s a shop on the high street near me which has been there a reasonable amount of time. It’s become part of the furniture. It’s a nice little place full of picture frames, boxes too small to put anything in, witty signs which let people know you like wine, and Christmas decorations. But it’s going soon. Big discount on everything they had – it’s no surprise that it was the busiest I have seen it.
One of the more interesting, and more pointless objects in there was a wreath of reels.
There used to be an art shop of this name in my city. It was hidden off in an underground walkway, home to eclectic shops, often visited by enthusiasts and nought much else.