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The Church - Ussel - Chemin de Stevenson - France -2018-D2-25 by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

We paused in Ussel, a hamlet of Haute-Loire, which administratively attached to the municipality of Brignon for a drink and rest on a hot day. That, however, was it and we soon moved on, eager to reach Le Bouchet-Saint-Nicolas which was still a fair bit away.
 

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With my Blackberry (5 MPx), Southbank, Melbourne CBD. Minor adjustments in Photoshop.

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Modern architecture in the form of two roof gardens on high rise buildings in Edinburgh city centre.
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I took this B&W shot from the driver's seat of the car the other day. Don't worry - the car was parked. I even rolled the window down.
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The vast majority of my lockdown era shots were made from my truck seat driving backroads. Truthfully, I miss it. Very little traffic, sometimes I'd just stop in the middle of the road and set there for a minute.
 

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Not quite as futuristic as @SteveAdler 's amazing shots from Valencia but we'll have to see which one lasts the longest.
This is a Martello Tower in Pembroke Dock on the River Cleddau.
Hundreds of them were built in the 19th Century, mostly around the coast, as defensive forts against possible Napoleonic attacks.
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Possibly just visible from the top of the Martello Tower (^above post^) is this building.
It's known as The Rocket Cart House.
Now a private dwelling, its name comes from the fact that it was once the Coastguard Lookout Tower.
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I'm not really sure what style of architecture this is, apart from being made of corrugated iron.
This has been sat on a village green for a number of years and has become quite an attraction.
I don't think the wheels have any relevance, as they seem to be an after thought.
Maybe it was used originally as a farm workers residence or workshop.
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The material used is often referred to here in Wales as "wriggly tin."
There was one popular book of photos out a few years back called "The Great Little Tin Sheds of Wales."
 

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I'm not really sure what style of architecture this is, apart from being made of corrugated iron.
This has been sat on a village green for a number of years and has become quite an attraction.
I don't think the wheels have any relevance, as they seem to be an after thought.
Maybe it was used originally as a farm workers residence or workshop.
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The material used is often referred to here in Wales as "wriggly tin."
There was one popular book of photos out a few years back called "The Great Little Tin Sheds of Wales."

Interesting - corrugated iron is used a lot in NZ .... I didn't notice it in Wales when I was briefly there.
 

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