V10 meets H3

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... are mighty dark.

I could have come up with a better title, surely?
6th Mar 2008, 15:21  

lps says:

It's so mysterious...!

6th Mar 2008, 15:25

taniwha says:

That would have been a better title. I like the sense of this place waiting to jump into life again.

6th Mar 2008, 15:27

PrincessJun says:

Reminds me of when I was looking for some good strap lines as examples for my design students and one of my favourites was a church re-brand that used the slogan on an advert 'In the dark? Follow the Son'....... ;) Who needs Saatchi & Saatchi.

6th Mar 2008, 19:26

PrincessJun says:

My other favourite was Agent Provocateurs (slightly different 'brand' altogether!) one they proposed to use in Edinburgh to promote their new Glasgow store - which simply said 'Knickers to Glasgow’'! But was banned. Shame on Edinburgh council. Enough rambling....I'll shuffle off now.

6th Mar 2008, 19:59

taniwha says:

so knickers is an unacceptable word? Jeez,I've been saying 'bollocks' in meetings a lot lately. Is there a cultural rule here that I'm not aware of?

7th Mar 2008, 08:15

PrincessJun says:

it was probably more the fact that it might unnecessarily stir an already fragile 'relationship' between Edinburgh and Glasgow....

8th Mar 2008, 15:15

fishsausage(ken-dot-kubiak-at-yahoo-dot-co-dot-nz) says:

are you sure you didn't bring the darkness in with you?

9th Mar 2008, 00:27

taniwha says:

Being a darkness carrier would be the photographer's curse ...

11th Mar 2008, 07:29

midlife says:

great capture... love the stained glass windows

14th Mar 2008, 16:04