Upstairs by Richard Shepherd

Greeting Cards & Postcards


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  • 300gsm card with a satin finish
  • Supplied with envelopes
  • Optional cellophane sleeves, ideal for reselling
  • Discount of 30% on every order of 8+ cards

These were so lovely that coming at them from any new angle gave you an entirely different shot that you just had to take. Someone had obviously stolen the brass rods as you can see from the carpet being bunched here, but thats so very little to worry about when i think about what they could have done here.


  • Smile
    Smileabout 7 years ago

    I love this!!! The clarity is fantastic, love the red carpet, and the angle is perfect!!!

  • Thank you very much :)


    – Richard Shepherd

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtabout 7 years ago

    oh wow this is so beautiful!!!!!

  • NickMonk
    NickMonkabout 7 years ago

    This one is a real stunner…..alright they’re all stunners, but this one is bloody fantastic!

  • pinkyjain
    pinkyjainabout 7 years ago

    Gorgeous. Just beautifully eerie

  • TaoLens
    TaoLensabout 7 years ago

    now THIS is beauty. veyr well done

  • lightsmith
    lightsmithabout 7 years ago

    lovely. it’s still full of splendour. you’ve captured it brilliantly.

  • Wini Minerd
    Wini Minerdabout 7 years ago

    what gorgeous building is this?? I didn’t see where you noted what this building is.

  • I didnt announce in public which building this is for fear of it getting damaged by someone off site seeing a page on here.


    – Richard Shepherd

  • budrfli
    budrfliabout 7 years ago

    again, beautiful!

  • Ranald
    Ranaldabout 7 years ago

    Lovely image. Have I missed something? Where is it? Initially I thought it was Glasgow City Chambers but then I opened the picture.

  • This is out by Fife :)


    – Richard Shepherd

    BLYTHPHOTOabout 7 years ago

    Richard, when you look at some of the junk that is being erected these days in the name of architecture, this building should be preserved for posterity to show people of the future what buildings should look like … with character and splendour. I’d love to see this place … but there again … looking through the comments I guess I am not alone in this desire.

  • Dave, i entirely agree mate, not enough of this old school stuff is still standing and what is made to replace it isnt a patch on the older stuff!


    – Richard Shepherd

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