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Millennium Place Coventry
England

Canterlevered out above Millennium Place is a walkway which takes you from this public space among the trees above Lady Herbet's Garden. To its left is the Transport Museum which celebrates Coventry's long history as the Worlds manufacturer of motor cars, and one of the earliest. Sadly there is little left of that industry today. This of course is a night shot which shows up strange lights in the ground. They are caught in a moment of time but actually they travel from accross the ground in waves. They represent time zones which are demonstrated by brass plaques with major city names let into the ground.  kins of world clock.

Copyright: Mark Schuster
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Uploaded: 26/06/2009
Updated: 14/07/2014
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Tags: coventry; walkway; millennium place; night photography; phoenix initiative
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