Plashing Vole – y traethodydd
Great, great shots.I drove past this building today, and it doesn't look as good as this.This seems like a profound thing to say, but when I read it back, it seems stupid.
You're making me blush!I'm just getting the hang of proper photography, e.g. never using the automatic settings and playing with effects.
Seems like an odd way to demolish a building. Is it going to be gnawed away from the outside like an apple or munched straight through leading to the top falling onto the ringroad?Perhaps they're trying to get into the Guinness Book of Records for the world's biggest game of Jenga.
It is weird - I might wander along today to see the end.
Out of my study window (I have a study doncha know) I can see them nibbling away at the last block of Blakenhall flats (just off the Dudley Rd) in the distance. This time it's Jenga from the top down with a crane. Did you know that our old office windows (when we were based in Dudley) looked out on the flats that feature on the back cover of Led Zep IV? Then they blew them up. Just thought you'd like to know.
You and your study!Led Zep - that's pure cultural history.
I think it's an old technique of making a construction job last a reeallly lonnng tiiime. They'll see the downturn out, and then get back to blowing things up.
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