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Newcastle through the Camera Lens

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Sue's story is about Newcastle and discovering it through photography.

By Sue Slator


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Travelling to Newcastle via Metro, cross the Metro bridge, first sight of the town is the Tyne bridge. My first thought is ‘I’m home’. Even though I’ve lived here all my life when I’m here I always find a side street while I’m there that I haven’t seen before or looks different because of the season or the lighting.

Through photography I have rediscovered Newcastle, the character and the quirkiness of this town. Walking from the Monument Metro station coming through Monument Mall, a modern shopping centre which blends in well with the older architecture of Newcastle. Coming out into Northumberland Street where the place comes to life with street entertainment. Northumberland Street is full of the hustle and bustle of people shopping. Moving down the side streets from Northumberland Street you can discover the culture of Newcastle. I personally like going to the exhibitions at the Laing Art Gallery and visiting the Hancock Museum for the art and artefacts. I personally love the character of the people of Newcastle for their warn outlook, welcoming attitude and sense of humour that echoes from St James to the Quayside of Newcastle. I end my day in town enjoying a warm cup of coffee in my favourite coffee shop.  

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