17 September 2014
Celebrating the 21,000th upload, today we’re looking for fences in Bleeding London.
Congratulations to Anna Brown for uploading the 21,000th image to the Bleeding London portfolio. In view of Anna’s subject, we’re looking for fences today. Those of us who have been tramping the streets have been finding quite a few of them as the London denizens like their privacy. So wooden, metal, bamboo or any other material – if you can find a fence made out of it, snap it for Bleeding London.
Bonus points will be awarded for any fences in the suburbs and in the following postal districts: DA18, DA8, EN1, EN3, HA2, IG3, IG4, IG5, IG6, IG7, KT12, N3, RM6, TW15, TW16, TW17, UB10, UB3 and UB5. Double bonus points for street names containing the word “Fence”, such as Defence Close in SE28 and the Fencepiece Roads in IG6 and IG7.
Image: SE21Alleyn Park © Anna Brown
We’re still looking for post-people for some of the postcode areas. If you can help co-ordinate the streets that have been covered and arrange some coverage of your area, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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