Returning to Manchester: Sun, streets and photography (2)

I took rather a lot of photographs in my trip to Manchester so I decided to split them into two posts. As I mentioned in the last post, it was pleasing to see the popularity of the street food market in Piccadilly Gardens.
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And there was a place to get waffles!Manchester 2015If you look closely you can see the worker bee symbol of Manchester on nearly all the rubbish bins in the centre of the city. Manchester 2015

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And if you need a radical vintage shop, Manchester has one!Manchester 2015

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One of the many coffee shops in the Northern Quarter.Manchester 2015

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Then there are some signs posing very serious questions. Manchester 2015

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I forgot about the ‘Monument to Vimto’ sculpture on south campus.

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Of course, Queen Victoria is not only covered in pigeons, but also a traffic cone. Manchester 2015There’ll be a few more shots from Manchester over the next week. I made a real effort this time to try and shoot scenes of the city to include people, something I tend to struggle with. I’m keen to try and capture more of the human side of the city as well as the buildings, streets and physical components. This is something I’m going to work on this year.

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