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Panoramic photo by Bob Stapleton EXPERT Taken 10:47, 11/08/2010 - Views loading...


Oxford Covered Market

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I went to the Oxford Covered Market yesterday and took a couple of shots, this was one of my favorites as it has nice colours. The biggest problem with trying to shoot there was the amount of people walking around. I got lucky with this one as there seemed to be a bit of a lull in the crowds. I'll have to go back there early morning to get some better shots when there are less people around.

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