London Street in Norwich was the first to become pedestrianised in the country, fifty years ago. So it was deemed about time to be refurbished, with the paving work and street furniture replaced. This newly installed curving public bench, can be found at the Bank Plain end of the street. I came across it during the Covid-19 lockdown, so it was unused. I have placed it on the South Quay in Yarmouth, which was equally devoid of people and vehicles. The building/factory on the horizon, is on the Great Eastern Highway (94), along the way to Kalgoorlie WA. I have used it in another picture (Escape), but is a different shot. I distorted the angle of the building , liked it and kept it, hence the title! (IR – 47.59 x 84.07cm).
|Dimensions||47.59 × 84.07 cm|