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Taken with Nikon D90, & 18-55mm @20mm, f4.5, 1/60s, iso200 and textures courtesy of Shadowhouse creations

It was from here that King Charles reportedly fled after losing the Battle of Worcester in 1651. What I do know is that New Street is full of some rather fine drinking establishments which I frequented on a regular basis in my youth :))
New Street and Friar street also hosts the Victorian fayre every winter on the last weekend of November

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  • Babcia
    Babciaalmost 3 years ago

    Beautifully presented!

  • thank you Barbara

    – Lissywitch

  • naturelover
    natureloveralmost 3 years ago

    Terrific work Lissy x

  • thank you very much Pauline x

    – Lissywitch

  • Matthew Walters
    Matthew Waltersalmost 3 years ago

    Nicely done, good use of the texture and vignette. I also have happy memories of the Friar Street area, although slightly embarrassed to say I walked up and down looking for the King James restaurant…

  • LOL I have to admit I don’t think I’ve ever been in myself, I was always next door at what we used to call the ‘green room’, or as passerbys today will know it as The Swan with 2 Nicks and Drummonds at the back, then stagger down the road to the Pheasant and anywhere else that would take our fancy. These days I’m lucky if I can down half a glass of anything alcoholic without getting tipsy as I’m more or less teatotal :))

    – Lissywitch

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTalmost 3 years ago

    great work

  • thank you very much Sylvia

    – Lissywitch

  • Brenda Boisvert
    Brenda Boisvertalmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful work Lissy … great use of texture:-)

  • thank you very much Brenda, I debated turning this into b&w but it was such a glorious sunny morning I thought to just age it a bit using textures and toning down the colours a bit

    – Lissywitch

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkealmost 3 years ago

  • thank you very much Audrey

    – Lissywitch

  • Tania Palermo
    Tania Palermoalmost 3 years ago


    lovely work

  • thank you very much Tania

    – Lissywitch

  • Shulie1
    Shulie1almost 3 years ago

    Great shot, Lissy

  • thank you very much Shulie

    – Lissywitch

  • Carol Knudsen
    Carol Knudsenalmost 3 years ago

    This looks great!

  • thank you very much Carol

    – Lissywitch

  • Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
    Catherine Hami...almost 3 years ago

    Such a lovely image and a beautiful treatment dear Lissy.x

  • thank you very much Catherine x

    – Lissywitch

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