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Glovers Walk

Glovers Walk

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Photoblog: 03 Apr 2011

Continuing the series on the desolate concrete mess that is Yeovil.

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Taken by Joe D on 2010-07-17 13:27:28 with: NIKON D90 at 14 mm f/8.0 0.005 sec (1/200) ISO 400

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2010-11-24 19:50:34

I have to agree with you on this, Yeovil is a concrete mess. I go only when I have to, which is rare these days. Heiko


2010-11-29 04:38:32

It might look a lot nicer if they put some large potted plants/trees in there.


2010-11-29 20:13:05

Your quite right `threepenny` there is`nt a leaf to be found anywhere. The last time I went there it was concrete all the way, at the Southern end there is a tree and some grass thats because there is a church there, other than that, concrete and paving slabs made of - you guesed it Concrete. OH and the car park is a nightmare.................. Heiko

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