never figured out why, since tourists actually came to leeds to see the alternative crowds that would gather there. had a few ask to take my photo there back when i was sporting 6-inch long, blue spiky hair and rocking the trench-coat.
ah, those were the days.
indeed the building itself is both amazing and awe inspiring, though poorly planned. no running water inside that building, which is a shame... and they cant put pipes in now because its a listed building.
All my photography on this da account are classed as free unrestricted stock, basically no rules. You can do whatever you want with it for whatever purpose whether personal or commercial. You don't have to credit me if you don't want to, though it would be nice. Feel free to download or print a copy off. I've just had a quick look at your work, it is quite impressive. If you do use one of my photographs could you give a link to the final version that you post of it on DA. It isn't like asking for credit or anything like that, I'd just be genuinely interested in what you create with one of my photographs. Happy new year
I used to go there with my dad who was a farmer.