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Lea and Perrins Worcester Sauce factory by Lissywitch
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Taken in Worcester, UK, March 2012 with Nikon D90 & Sigma 17-70mm@17mm, f8, 1/20,iso100
Textures courtesy Shadowhouse
For those of you who are partial to a bit of Worcester sauce (otherwise known as Lea and Perrins sauce, or Worcestershire sauce) I managed to capture the factory where it’s made. It’s not far from where I live but I’ve never thought about getting a capture of it until now. It was a bit of a hurried capture as I was on my way elsewhere at the time :)
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  • Lissywitch
    Lissywitchalmost 3 years ago

  • part of a Photo Book of over 60 images around Worcester via Photobox

    – Lissywitch

  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyalmost 3 years ago

    Nice effect here

  • thank you very much Tim

    – Lissywitch

  • kristijohnson
    kristijohnsonalmost 3 years ago

    I love that stuff!! LOL This is so wonderful with the golden tones! Just excellent work!

  • thank you Kristi, we’ve always got a bottle in the cupboard, be rude not to really LOL

    – Lissywitch

  • Carl Olsen
    Carl Olsenalmost 3 years ago


    Great stuff. Interesting to see where it’s made. The building looks more like an old school than a factory. I love that clock tower!

  • thank you Carl I know the factory was purposefully built sometime during the late 1800’s moving as close to the railway station as possible in order to speed up the delivery process. I think it still has it’s own railway sidings though whether it’s still in use these days or not I’m not sure :)

    – Lissywitch

  • Kate Adams
    Kate Adamsalmost 3 years ago

    Gorgeous Sarah!!…great to see where it is made at last, I have to chuckle when some of my friends actually try to say Worcester…it sounds so hilarious sometimes.

  • thank you Kate, even my hubby purposefully says it wrong sometimes :)) Was hoping to get a whiff of the sauce when I passed as sometimes you can just catch a hint of it, but nothing but fresh air the day I passed by :)

    – Lissywitch

  • KatMagic Photography
    KatMagic Photo...almost 3 years ago

    How cool is this??? Wow, so neat to see this as I get annoyed with myself when we run out of that stuff….big fan of it..the bronze tones are perfect, Lissy, and your comp. with the framing on the left really adds some drama PLUS the eye is drawn in by the white markers in the road…it doesn’t even look like a factory but more like a school or something..very nice work!!!

  • thank you Kat, it’s a pretty old building and goes back a lot further than what we can see from the road. I guess over the years there have been extensions added onto the building. It does look like an old school and indeed there is a school across the road but it was purpose built in conjunction with the railway coming to Worcester so that deliveries of the yummy sauce could be shipped out faster

    – Lissywitch

  • MarieG
    MarieGalmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful tones and treatment Lissy…what a legendary place!! bet you you got yourself a few bottles!! Beautiful composition…love this!

  • thank you very much Marie, and yes we’ve always got a bottle on the go in our house. My son rather disgustingly loves it so much he’ll splash a few drops into the palm of his hand and just drink it! YUK! hahaha
    We did have a very old bottle dating back to the 1950’s at one point as the Sauce is supposed to mature and improve with age, but we didn’t dare try it, in fact I’ve no idea what happened to it, These days with EU regulations there has to be a sell by or use by date on it, but in reality as it’s a vinegar it can be kept for as long as you like :))

    – Lissywitch

  • swaby
    swabyalmost 3 years ago

    Very cool Lissy and so beautiful too! Great colors and tones, wonderful capture and post work!

  • I forget sometimes that the bits Worcester are famous for are all close at hand and tend to not even notice them. I might try and capture the old Porcelain factory one of these days as well :)

    – Lissywitch

  • Laurie Search
    Laurie Searchalmost 3 years ago

    Awesome work, Lissy!!! xo

  • thank you so much Laurie x

    – Lissywitch

  • KBritt
    KBrittalmost 3 years ago

    What a cool image Lissy!! I love the details of the building and the texture work is wonderful!! I never put it together that you and the sauce were in the same place!!!! lolol … love that!
    xx

  • hahahhaa I forget that my city is famous for a few things sometimes too! LOL I tend to walk around with blinkers on half the time and forget the older parts of my city may be of some interest to someone. Might try and capture the old Porcelain works one day, it’s not too far for me to walk, and of course how could I forget Elgar’s statue and birthplace….heck even my own family had connections with him and I’ve never even thought to take an associated photograph….I’m slipping ! LOL

    – Lissywitch

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