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Nag's Head

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 19 October 2010 in Architecture and Portfolio.

The Nag's Head on Hyde Road, Manchester.

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Panasonic DMC-FZ18 1/400 second F/5.6 ISO 100 28 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Sylvia from Seattle, United States

Great name for an interesting looking place! Wouldn't mind stopping by for a visit! Hope your week is going well!


19 Oct 2010 4:43pm

Nanka from Mumbai, India

Quaint little structure, so typically British.

19 Oct 2010 4:47pm

RuneE from Norway

Looks like a lonely head :-)

19 Oct 2010 4:52pm

Roger Green from Albany, United States

I might quaff a few there.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

19 Oct 2010 4:56pm

photowannabe from rocklin, CA, United States

I like the character of this place. Black and white serves the shot well.

19 Oct 2010 5:01pm

Wanda from United States

Very lovely building. The black and white really shows the character.

19 Oct 2010 5:14pm

babooshka from United Kingdom

Lovely as a monochrome and the name, like the Red Lion, The Stag very traditional.

19 Oct 2010 5:24pm

Tumblewords from United States

Seems strange to see the satellite dishes on some of the old buildings. Love the arched doorway and the 'arched' garage to the left.

19 Oct 2010 6:43pm

Shigune Matsui from United States

Very interesting! When I think of the picture being in B and W (black and white), I think of how it's very artistically appealing. Here's mine

19 Oct 2010 8:24pm

jay from Armenia

I can remember my brothers and I being taken along to 'The Nag's Head' with my Dad when I was very small, and sitting on the steps outside eating my cheese and onion crisps and drinking ginger beer. Not the same Nag's Head though, ours was much smaller and more rural. Yours looks like a grand establishment!

On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week!

20 Oct 2010 2:59pm

Panasonic DMC-FZ18
1/400 second
ISO 100
28 mm (35mm equiv.)