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The ferry leaving Wemyss Bay and heading off into the sunset towards Rothesay on the Isle of Bute.
Wemyss Bay, Scotland.

The ferry leaving Wemyss Bay and heading off into the sunset towards Rothesay on the Isle of Bute.

Wemyss Bay, Scotland.

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The abandoned IBM facility at Spango Valley.
Greenock, Scotland.

The abandoned IBM facility at Spango Valley.

Greenock, Scotland.

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Looking down to Chamonix from the summit of Aiguille du Midi at 3,842m (12,605ft).
Chamonix, France.

Looking down to Chamonix from the summit of Aiguille du Midi at 3,842m (12,605ft).

Chamonix, France.

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Hmmm, interesting… Lindsay, where’s the Sharpie…

Hmmm, interesting… Lindsay, where’s the Sharpie…

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Ruairidh is getting used to having a camera in his face!

Ruairidh is getting used to having a camera in his face!

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IBM first came to Spango Valley in 1951 but by 2006 most of it was sold to Lenovo and closed down, business was moved to Slovakia and China and the facility closed. At one time more than 4,000 people worked here.
Greenock, Scotland.

IBM first came to Spango Valley in 1951 but by 2006 most of it was sold to Lenovo and closed down, business was moved to Slovakia and China and the facility closed. At one time more than 4,000 people worked here.

Greenock, Scotland.

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The Fullerton Hotel.

Singapore

The Fullerton Hotel.

Singapore

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A boy chases his radio controlled car past the ruin of the Zeppelinhaupttribüne.
The Zeppelinhaupttribüne was a 360m long grandstand designed by Albert Speer, inspired by the Pergamon Altar. It was the centrepiece of the Zepplinfeld, or Zepplin Field, where Hitler addressed more than 200,000 people at the Nazi Party Rallies from 1933 until 1938. The 1939 rally was scheduled for September 2nd but was cancelled as Germany invaded Poland the day before.
Nuremberg, Germany.

A boy chases his radio controlled car past the ruin of the Zeppelinhaupttribüne.

The Zeppelinhaupttribüne was a 360m long grandstand designed by Albert Speer, inspired by the Pergamon Altar. It was the centrepiece of the Zepplinfeld, or Zepplin Field, where Hitler addressed more than 200,000 people at the Nazi Party Rallies from 1933 until 1938. The 1939 rally was scheduled for September 2nd but was cancelled as Germany invaded Poland the day before.

Nuremberg, Germany.

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Wheel on a small concept model in the BMW Museum.
Munich, Germany.

Wheel on a small concept model in the BMW Museum.

Munich, Germany.

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littlecupcakelinz:

Dorothy meets the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion.

Exploring, stories and new pyjamas, a good day in anyone’s book!

littlecupcakelinz:

Dorothy meets the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion.

Exploring, stories and new pyjamas, a good day in anyone’s book!

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