Hmmm, up again today, mutter, mutter.
Not a lot to say for the moment, other than this:
Shutter speed: 1/320s
Focal length: 24mm
Location: 54° 58.3087′ 0″ N 1° 36.5977′ 0″ W
Taken: 3 September, 2012
This is the site of the former Bank of England, which was recently demolished. I had been wondering what the scaffolding was for. Obviously I should have realised that the most important thing to do with an empty site in a prominent location is to hide it behind an advert for cider. I’d have gone for a “welcome to Newcastle” kind of thing, myself…