Ghost Town [2020 Edition]. Well spotted!
@HarmanMogul I got a load more ghost town shots today if you want more: https://www.lfgss.com/comments/15165842/
And really like this too, apart from the black dots that is dust inside the lens that I can't get out. London Eye stationary and empty, as a single masked individual trudges along the normally packed Westminster Bridge.
Also this public work of art installed last June as part of the festival of architecture. "In the midst of the bustle and noise outside St Paul's tube station, Lunch Break offers a moment of calm, and a chance to contemplate boundaries – whether those between art and architecture or even that between daily life and the afterlife," said Tamsie Thomson, director of the LFA at the time.
"At the LFA we see our role as disrupting experiences in the city, and Lunch Break is a wonderful way of doing just that." https://www.dezeen.com/2019/06/17/lunch-break-khbt-london-festival-architecture/
Seeing it in a new light, they seemed more like angels of death today.
Photo of the Day may be overstating it, you should move your pics to the correct thread.
It was the photo of the day....wot I took. Didn't realise it was sposed to be best photos in the whole world, duly noted. As for moving them, ain't nobody got time for that, beyond my ability and bovveredness, so you gunna have to endure their shit-ness ;)
The flights departure board at the international airport
Photograph: Ronald Wittek/EPA
Something I found on Reddit, titled "Peelometric"
I like that a lot
Are there rules for the Photo of the Day thread?
None of your own work, basically.
As stated, that has always been my impression based on past corrections to other posters.
Interesting idea. But, looking at who they have on the podcasts, the other link to hunting seems to be it's done by almost entirely by white people.
Nice picture but oddly giving the impression the park has been taken over by wildlife rather than it having, as normal, an enclosure for the deer.
More in the link:
‘I’m very proud of my bicycle,’ Lubinda says. ‘The whole community – and the other Kaziwa women – they admire these bikes. We want everyone to have the chance to own one, to be able to change their way of living for the better’
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