#SundayStills ~ Towns and Cities #Urban #Photography

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature, hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. This week’s theme is Urban.

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Not something you normally see in Exeter city centre…

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Part of the Boston skyline across the harbour…

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And a digital image of a small slice of Manhattan…

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Images of London’s Trafalgar Square on a very busy, very warm day…

A couple of of Chester’s historic buildings…

And to finish, a digital image of beautiful Bradford-on-Avon, a town in Wiltshire near the Somerset border. The town has Roman origins. 

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15 thoughts on “#SundayStills ~ Towns and Cities #Urban #Photography

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  2. You are one of my well-traveled blogger friends that I expected would have lots of amazing urban images to share, so glad you did, Cathy. I LOVE what you did with the filters, they’re pretty cool for making certain images pop! That last one of Bradford-on-Avon is frame-worthy 🙂 Urban centers are changing, some for the worst. I like that hawk, another reason urban areas are upping their game to include more events to draw people back to downtown areas.

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    • Thanks, Terri. I really enjoy messing with the filters. Yes, it’s a shame when you see what’s happening in some town and city centres, not helped by the last couple of years, of course.

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  3. Great captures Cathy, I especially love the painterly effect in your Bradford-on-Avon image 💛 Hope you are having a wonderful weekend and much love from our house to yours 🤗💕🐕 xxx

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