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Friar Street, Worcester by Lissywitch
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Taken with Nikon D90 & 18-55mm @18mm and nd8 filter.
f10,1/8s,iso200

This was taken back in May on a blissfully quiet Sunday morning at 8.30. Why was I up at that hour? My daughter had gone to do a car boot with my sister, so I took the opportunity to wander into town while everyone else was having a lie in!
Friar Street is one of the oldest parts of Worcester that the council haven’t knocked down and put up some monstrous concrete monstrosity in it’s place, although saying that, there is a hideous concrete multi storey car park that backs onto it, which you can just see in the distance :(
Next to Cafe Rouge,(originally Bottles Wine bar, in my heyday!) is the old Greyfriars, which is open to the public on selected days. Further down on the same side, but hidden from view, are the old Alms Houses.
The original has a lovely blue sky, but I’ve always felt photos of this area of Worcester lend themselves to being aged
Texture courtesy of Shadowhouse creations





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  • Rickster1
    Rickster1over 3 years ago

    Real period looking image Lissy and especially like the Elizabethan Makeup store selling eloquent ladies ‘Blusher’ as advertised, or ‘Rouge’ as one used to call it! ;)
    Nice trip down memory laneand what agreat day to do the shop with nobody in sight!
    Cheers Rick

  • hahahaha thou hast made this lady larf like a drain! LOL Ye olde cafe rouge used to be called…..darn I forget now, but it used to be one of my favourite watering holes back in the day – probably the reason why I’ve forgotten what it used to be called , and why I’m now almost teatotal :))

    – Lissywitch

  • swaby
    swabyover 3 years ago

    Awesome editing, colors and tones! Beautiful capture!

  • thank you very much Tina xx

    – Lissywitch

  • Paul Thompson Photography
    Paul Thompson ...over 3 years ago

    Stunning shot and processing

  • thank you very much Paul

    – Lissywitch

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTover 3 years ago

    great work

  • thank you very much Sylvia

    – Lissywitch

  • peaky40
    peaky40over 3 years ago

    Wonderful work Lissy

  • thank you very much Roy

    – Lissywitch

  • polly470
    polly470over 3 years ago

    Love this monochrome feast you are giving us at the moment Lissy….and I love the street..my favorite kind of street to walk down..usually expensive though…..!!
    Hugs,
    P
    xx

  • thank you Polly,& yes very expensive! Anja Potze has lovely jewellery, I have a little trinket box designed by her, given to me by my uncle on one of my many birthdays, and his infamous pub, The Cardinal’s hat is further down the road….nice place to sit and share a drink with Fred the ghost when he’s of a mind :))

    – Lissywitch

  • Rob Hawkins
    Rob Hawkinsover 3 years ago

    ahh this brings back memories..! knew Friar Street very well when I used to go visiting my ex.. many years ago…! their was an excellant Mexican restaurant along there too..! nice one Lissy.!

  • there was indeed, in fact not sure if it’s still there Rob, if not then some equally delectable foody place has probably replaced it :)

    – Lissywitch

  • Chrissie Taylor
    Chrissie Taylorover 3 years ago

    Love the treatment Lizzy dripping….. very atmospheric Mrs

  • aah tis full of atmosphere….and my ancestors :)

    – Lissywitch

  • Matthew Walters
    Matthew Waltersover 3 years ago

    Nice shot and treatment – it works well. I remember when the Cardinal’s Hat had its own brewery – many a happy hour spent at the beer festivals. (Many years ago, my grandparents ran the Wool Pack in Dolday Street.)

  • crikey Matthew, now that is going back some! Happy days eh!

    – Lissywitch

  • OpalFire
    OpalFireover 3 years ago

    Lovely olde worlde charm and tones, Sarah.

  • it’s a lovely part of town, thank you Maggie

    – Lissywitch

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