Hidden In Plain Sight – post 23

This little house built in the late 18th century always makes me think of Dickensian London. Although it’s no longer a residential property as it has been extended into by the shop next door.

I think it’s lovely that owners try to maintain the facade of it being a house.

It has an English Heritage Grade II listing which was granted on 7 June 1972.

Shooting Information –
Canon EOS 550D & 18-55mm kit lens, Exposure 1/8, Aperture f/11.0, ISO 200, Focal Length 18mm.

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4 thoughts on “Hidden In Plain Sight – post 23

  1. I love your work. It is always exciting to what your next post will be. Great shot.

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  2. themofman says:

    Good tones brought out on the wall.

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  3. themofman says:

    There have been considerable effort to same some of the remaining old edifices in my city by having them declared heritage sites. Sometimes it’s the only card left to play to save them.

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  4. […] Hidden In Plain Sight – post 23 (madwomanwithacamera.wordpress.com) This little house built in the late 18th century always makes me think of Dickensian London. Although it’s no longer a residential property as it has been extended into by the shop next door. I think it’s lovely that owners try to maintain the facade of it being a house. It has an English Heritage Grade II listing which was granted on 7 June 1972. […]

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