Signs of Decay (1)

As our neighbourhood is increasingly poshed up (it’s said that the Whitechapel Bell Foundry sold for £25 million), I become increasingly attentive to the signs of industrial decay – the old East End of workshops and lock-ups and artist’s studios under the railway arches:-

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2 thoughts on “Signs of Decay (1)

  1. Susan Miles says:

    Brilliant – that’s what you are so good at – the decay and the urban clutter, often juxtaposed with a sophisticated architectural detail, such as when electric wires might creep over the elegant capital of a column. The sequence is good here, ending with Hell, and I love the way the reflection in the canal tricks the eye and looks like a sluice.

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