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July 11, 2007

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Michelle Knight

That's absolutely golden advice; applicable to everything, even to architecture.

Sheffield had a feature called the "hole in the road" by the locals, which was a small stall area and pedestrian underpass, built beneath a roundabout. He had always meant to shoot it but put it off. One day, they introduced the trams to Sheffield and filled it in. He never got to shoot it, despite the years it was there. He thought it would always be there to shoot tomorrow...

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