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Posted by: layingback on Fri Feb 24, 2012 08:27   (8137 Reads)
The Baker
The Flower Shop
The Fishmonger
Little Laundrette
The Pet Shop
The Chemist
The Newsagents
The Hairdressers
The Greengrocer
Before / tbd
The Sweet Shop?
The Toy Shop


This is layingback's own page on My own personal page of the World Wide Web.

With its own simple address:

This is just a very basic sample. Any registered member will be able to generate their own personal page - very easily. If they can post in the Forums they can generate their own page, because ... it's the same process.

Available To All
To be really clear - EVERYONE who registers here as a member of can have their own Personal Page. With the link based on their username.

A link to their Personal Page can also be found on their Profile.

On this page I could post any links, for example to my Gallery here, to my Blog here, to my Flickr account, to my Photobucket account, etc., etc.

So if like many photographers, you have images scattered across multiple Galleries on the Internet, here is the ideal place to bring them all together on a single page.

Or for links to my other interests, like my Free/Libre Open Source Software website.

And it is very simple to display an example album from My Gallery here at PENTAXslr. I just select my album, choose from a selection of display orders, and indicate how many I wish to show.

And unlike a 'typical' Gallery page, this allows the photographer to add several paragraphs of background, explanation, description and more.

And now to these pictures.

Official Graffiti
These shop fronts are in Northam in Southampton, UK. Previously each of these defunct shops had their closed shutters painted a contrasting colour, but were regularly adorned in badly painted slogans and messages. Over a 3 - 4 day period all the shutters were repainted as you can see in the images. And to date - about 4 months later - remain as painted.

It brings an appearance of life and interest to an otherwise dull and decrepit display of disused retail space. One corner shop - not photo'd, on the Northam Rd., remains open and apparently prosperous, throughout it all.

Images © 2012 layingback. All Rights Reserved.

Anyone wishing to use these images, please send me a PM (Private Message).

Simply click the images for a full-sized display.


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