Urban photography

Collection by Karen Mullins

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Daniel Bauer, photographer art blog: last-picture-show: “ “John C. Maddon, Actress Violet Carson ( in her role as Ena Sharples) looking out over the Industrial Landscape of Manchester, 1966 ” ”

For those for whom culture is associated with shopping, London has more than its share of possibilities. There are campy shops and charming shoppes. The city has costly and special sellers as well as Marks and Spencer. This is not to forget Harrods. Urban Photography, Street Photography, Manchester England, Martin Parr, Salford, Documentary Photographers, Little Gardens, Britain, London

The old Salford, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, 1986, photograph by Martin Parr.

These haunting images form part of a set taken by Peter Mitchell, a lorry driver originally from Catford, south London, who took the photos as he journeyed around Yorkshire. Color Photography, Street Photography, 1970s Photography, Portland Street, Haunting Photos, South London, His Travel, Vintage Industrial, Abandoned

Haunting portrait of a vanishing world: Photographer captures desperate decline of 1970s Leeds as the old way of life slowly died

These haunting images form part of a set taken by Peter Mitchell, a lorry driver originally from Catford, south London, who took the photos as he journeyed around Yorkshire.

John Riddy : Low Relief - Exhibition at Frith Street Gallery, Golden Square in London London Architecture, Urban Architecture, Urban Photography, Street Photography, Council Estate, Tower Block, Tate Britain, Street Gallery, Art

‘London (Heygate) 2008’, John Riddy, 2009 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘London (Heygate) 2008’, John Riddy, 2009