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Dalek in Bradford by Matt Roberts

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A Dalek in Bradford Media Museum, 2007.

Taken with Pentax K1000.


  • Ruth  Jones
    Ruth Jonesalmost 5 years ago

    This is pretty cool :)

  • I’m not even a Dr.Who fan but somehow I’ve encountered four of these in my life (although I forget where the fourth was… maybe it’s just three :p) Thanks for your comment :D

    – Matt Roberts

  • Naia
    Naiaalmost 5 years ago

    please deposit coin? this is great, I never see any of these when I go out shopping or whatever. The pot plant (and trees outside) give it a very earthly, and therefore threatening, feel. And that look, right in the eye!
    Brilliant work, Matt, from a Dr Who fan since I first saw a TV (I think it was 1974)
    btw, love the K1000, I inherited my father’s (actually he gave it to me) and they were the standard school camera also, in those days; robust and intuitive.

  • Thanks Naia :D
    There’s one in our local Waterstone (book shop) here in Lincoln, and there was one in our end of year college exhibition in Bangor, Wales (that one belonged to the technician – a hardcore Dr.Who fan :p).
    K1000’s are great but unfortunately mine doesn’t work properly anymore :(

    – Matt Roberts

  • Kate Towers IPA
    Kate Towers IPAalmost 5 years ago

    looks good in b&w

  • Was Dr.Who ever in black and white? I don’t think he was, was he? Hmm… anyway, thanks for commenting :D

    – Matt Roberts

  • Naia
    Naiaalmost 5 years ago

    was Dr who ever in B&W? I don’t think they had colour TV in 1963! (well not in my country anyway… yes, much original Dr Who is B&W, grainy….)
    and they had dead good synthesizers, invented in Britain, woh! (VCS3 etc..)
    this photo has an effect on people…

  • Steve Sharp
    Steve Sharpalmost 5 years ago

    Dr Who was most definitely in black and white! In fact, the expensive production values of the new Dr Who have destroyed the aura of the old series for me. But these bloody Daleks just wont be defeated; I’ve seen a couple too, and they do seem to like hanging around in bookshops, it must be said ;)

  • The one in Waterstones has a sign on it saying something along the lines of, ‘_Please don’t climb on me. I’m not as strong and scary as I used to be_’ :p

    – Matt Roberts

  • Paul Rees-Jones
    Paul Rees-Jonesalmost 5 years ago

    yeah…someone had to say it!
    Excellent shot.

  • Lol, thanks :p

    – Matt Roberts

  • MaggieSummers
    MaggieSummersalmost 5 years ago

    omg I LOVE this! xoxox

  • :D

    – Matt Roberts

  • Ann Evans
    Ann Evansalmost 5 years ago

    ohhhhh cool! I LOVE this lol i grew up with Dr Who and LOL when I saw this…great image hun!

  • Thanks Chocolat :D

    – Matt Roberts

  • stitchgrin
    stitchgrinover 4 years ago

    Tea or coffee!!! lol remember? great pic!

  • Ya blonde bastard! Lol. Thanks.

    – Matt Roberts

  • buttonpresser
    buttonpresserover 4 years ago

    Daleks My foot! It’s them Waterstones guys you’ve got to watch I tell you. With their staff choice of the week etc… You mark my words

  • Don’t talk to me about Waterstone staff – I tried to become one but apparently if you don’t have a GCSE in English and Maths you’re incapable of working in a book shop >.<

    – Matt Roberts

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