Sunday, 6 January 2013

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  1. Where is it? Lovely building, interesting central figure!

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    1. It's Selfridges in Oxford Street London, the central figure is actually a clock which I took a picture of here http://dawn-hart.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/a-trip-to-olde-london-town.html

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  2. Very majestic - where is it?

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    1. Beautiful isn't it? It's Selfridges in London's Oxford Street..

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  3. That's stunning! Looks like it was a beautiful day too :)

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    1. Thank you, it was the first dry day we have had in ages on New Years Day..

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  4. the contrast between the blue sky and the white building is fab - I bet it wouldn't look quite as awesome in the rain ;) Where is it?

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    1. I wish I could have got more of the sky in with the flags but I was only using my small camera and the lens wasn't wide enough. It's Selfridges in Oxford Street, London..

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  5. Very grand, where is it? I am intrigued! :)

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    1. It's Selfridges Store in London, so oldie worldie looking, looks very grand on the outside x

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  6. Wow - gorgeous building, where is it?

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  7. Lovely old building and where did you get that blue sky from?

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    1. Thank you Fiona, it was a beautiful start to the New Year just blue sky all day x

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    1. Thank you I saw it and just had to take a picture..

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  9. what an amazing building, its stunning!

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  10. one of my favourite shops x

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  11. When we went down Oxford Street (1st Dec) you were pushed along - never mind stopping to take pictures! I assume it's not always like that then. The photo looks very grand and important.

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    1. It was very busy I stood on the crossing lol

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  12. Fab photo! I don't think I've ever stopped and looked at the building properly, it's gorgeous.

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    1. Thanks Jess, its amazing what you see when you look up..

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  13. It is a very striking building. And once inside, it's even better :-)

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  14. love the picture......now for a spot of shopping

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