Last year sometime, someone called me to tell me that there was an old house on Regent Street that was being put up for sale, and they were letting me know just in case I wanted some photos before the new owners took over (and who would more than likely tear it down); I wish more people would call me like this actually.
I went out one Sunday morning, and took a few photos, some just to record the building, others with a more studied eye to the scene, and as usual I was always on the look-out for one or two that I think stand out from the rest; this is one of those.
Canon EOS 60D, Sigma 10-20mm | Regent & Light Streets, Georgetown, Guyana | 2015
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4 thoughts on “The house on the corner”
We ought to set up some kind of network for this kind of purpose. I am sure the photojournalists have something to alert them. Perhaps we can build on their network and have a few people, so availability is there for one of us to react quickly if necessary.
Go ahead. I’m right with you!
What a pity that such a beautiful building was left to decay!
Upkeep of buildings in Georgetown seems hard … it’s quite a feat that St George’s Cathedral keeps getting repaired.