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23rd June 2010
not a place to park
when i biked over to cookridge to get a long exposure night shot of the communication tower i parked my bike in an estate around the corner. as i was dismounting a group of lads walked past and shouted "i wouldn't leave that there mate" in a manner that sounded infinitely more threatening than it did helpful. as a result i didn't feel particularly safe crouching in the field in front of the tower with my slr and spare lenses. i'm not usually too concerned when out late at night taking pictures, but i had an uneasy feeling while i was there so shamefully/sensibly i didn't hang around for too long. i think i wanted to make some kind of irrational point to myself by taking this shot of where i parked, but as soon as the shutter clicked i sped away.

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23/06/2010
not a place to park
when i biked over to cookridge to get a long exposure night shot of the communication tower i parked my bike in an estate around the corner. as i was dismounting a group of lads walked past and shouted "i wouldn't leave that there mate" in a manner that sounded infinitely more threatening than it did helpful. as a result i didn't feel particularly safe crouching in the field in front of the tower with my slr and spare lenses. i'm not usually too concerned when out late at night taking pictures, but i had an uneasy feeling while i was there so shamefully/sensibly i didn't hang around for too long. i think i wanted to make some kind of irrational point to myself by taking this shot of where i parked, but as soon as the shutter clicked i sped away.

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