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Hoyle Street

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 8 September 2009 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

Under the railway viaduct leading into Manchester Piccadilly.

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Panasonic DMC-FZ18 1/80 second F/2.8 ISO 100 28 mm (35mm equiv.)

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RuneE from Norway

Just simple - and very effective. Great depth. Mine will be up at 3.00 GMT.

8 Sep 2009 8:50am

sylvia from seattle, United States

I agree, simple, perfect shot for the H day!
Have a great day!

8 Sep 2009 4:56pm

James from United States

Very cool structure. I love the brick work.

8 Sep 2009 5:06pm

photowannabe from Rocklin, California, United States

That is Huge. Great simple picture depicting the letter H.

8 Sep 2009 6:13pm

Mara from Netherlands

It's a great H, but I wouldn't want to be there on my own during a dark night. It would really creep me out big time!

8 Sep 2009 6:29pm

@Mara: I wouldn't like to be there after dark either.

Ramblin' with Roger from ALBANY, NY, United States

Before I saw the title, I guessed Hole - a big hole in the terrain. Impressive & maybe a little oppressive.

8 Sep 2009 11:45pm

jay from United Kingdom

Wow, that's a big tunnel! Original H, too!

9 Sep 2009 12:18am

Tumblewords from United States

I'm always a little chilled and a lot enamored with tunnels - this delightful photo is full of wonder.

9 Sep 2009 3:26am

Hildred from Keremeos, Canada

A lovely soft picture of such a sturdy structure. Very nice...

9 Sep 2009 3:37am

Baobboshka from United Kingdom

When I looked the first word that came to be was hole, next was highlight, then I read it was Hoyle. Silly photographing over egging, but I do like that light.

9 Sep 2009 9:26am

Sherry from United States

Wow.....creative H! Looks huge.

9 Sep 2009 2:51pm

Rose from United States

I really like this gives me the feeling of being right there.

11 Sep 2009 12:53am

Panasonic DMC-FZ18
1/80 second
ISO 100
28 mm (35mm equiv.)