Wot I Shot Wednesday

Each Wednesday is a quiet blogging day for me so I am going to post a photo or two I took today and write a short story/explanation about it.

You are welcome to join in and share your Wednesday shots as well.

It could be something you see when you get out of bed.

Your own bleary-eyed face could be included though I know mine could be troubling to some and be not necessarily a good way to start your day.

The shot can be of anything you saw during the day.

Good or bad doesn’t matter as you’ll see with many of my efforts.

I would like you to tell me the story if any about your photo and its backstory if it has one. Try and restrict your enthusiasm to tell me to 100 words.

Here is my image this week.


On my walk this morning I walked past the old Post Office building. In my younger days, yes I did have them, once, the location of the post office was an indication of where the town was centred. Over time the population has expanded and grown away from this part of town and today a well known charity in these parts has taken over the building.

And in keeping with not always getting my photos right here is another of that caliber. An attempt to shoot the old steps.

Have a good week.



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2 Responses to Wot I Shot Wednesday

  1. Yes I remember too well how the Post Office was also the centre of my home town. Post offices back then were stately buildings. I used to love going into the post office as a child it always had that feeling that something very important was happening in there. Post offices are not like that anymore.

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