Photos that don't fit the Buick City Complex
Our imaginations were piqued by what you left out: what business this office did.
R & E - looks abandoned doesn't it. Actually it is a Bank call centre in the throes of closing. On my main blog are numerous sideways references to it. I am being made voluntarily redundant in January and it feels like a great prospect. More time to write and photograph!
This may sound very strange and heartless, but looking at these photos I got to thinking about the Holocaust.
Now I'm not sure how worried I should be about my own mind or the brilliance of this set of photos.
Ruk - great stuff thanks for your thoughts. I seem to remember seeing Holocaust photos of useful things piuled up ready for destruction - useful things like walking sticks and crutches. I think maybe that's the comparison you are drawing.
William Burroughs would have had some choice words for these photos.I don't have a clue what history will say about Dilbert.
Finn - I think I see what you mean - severe and somewhat antisocial?!!As to Dilbert, heck I am in danger of turning into him!!
peoples lives being pushed aside for the progressive disease that we know as commerce.sad sight indeed is an empty room or office.
CJ - yes it does look rather bleak. Very "end-of-an-era" very redundant.
JJ - me too JJ, me too.
I'm glad you are no longer there.I see you,JJ
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