A Windy Wednesday on the High Street

Evison's retail shop are the longest serving traders in Wisbech
Dean Rocker
The leaning bollard of Wisbech
Dean Rocker
Baguettes, bracelets & bungalows
Dean Rocker
Some people are always in too much of a hurry
Dean Rocker
Rose & Crown
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One way street
Dean Rocker
Food for thought
Dean Rocker
Looking good
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Loading only
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Outside Evison's
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A ghost shop
Dean Rocker
The view down towards Bridge Street
Dean Rocker
Surveillance
Dean Rocker
An empty former fashion shop and a European supermarket
Dean Rocker
The impact of economic migration is clearly visible
Dean Rocker
The gap to be filled
Dean Rocker
View up the High Street seen from York Row
Dean Rocker

These photos have been submitted by Dean Rocker, one of the participants in the projects photographic workshops. Look out for more of Deans photos from around the town as well as others from the rest of the project photographers coming soon..

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  • Excellent images Dean. keep up the good work. It’s amazing how colourful the shops look in your photographs… Maybe I’ve been looking at too many black & white images. They certainly look more appealing than they do in real life at present.

    By Andy Ketley (26/09/2017)
  • Looking forward to seeing the new changes as they take place. Thank you for all you are doing.!!

    By Heather ( Ketley) Reece (16/09/2017)
  • I’d like to see the High Street become a car free zone, while taking these photographs it became clear to me that this narrow street is blighted by speeding cars and inconsiderate parking. Modern cars are so big and bulky that they dominate the place and completely spoil the potential tranquility of the street once its makeover is complete.

    By Dean Rocker (14/09/2017)

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