Monday, December 10, 2007

Allotment architecture

Here is the winning entry in the brilliant buildings photographic competition run by urbanvision, Allotment Architecture by Tony Jones who comments:
"These allotments lie on the banks of the Cauldon canal, are of long-standing and extremely well maintained, and the ad-hoc architecture has reached a peak of sophistication and permanence. This place has such a warm tranquil feeling - it looks like the most desirable of lost lands - a permanent 1950s where there is always home-grown produce for tea and the Home service still broadcasts on the wireless."

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