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This week’s photograph of the week comes from a regular, Simon Dale, who posts an excellent photoblog Quotidian of what he sees in and around Lewes. We love the fact that, if you don’t look closely (and ignore the fact that there wasn’t any technicolour film then) this photo, taken in the High Street, could have been shot in the 1930’s. “Can you see the photographer?” asks Simon, and therein lies your clue. You can actually see him three times in the window of the jeweller’s, and his modern clothes and camera give the game away. There’s also the little matter of the yellow line on the road: we don’t know when these things were brought in (despite hefty research on Google), but we’re pretty sure they weren’t around back then. Congratulations to Dino Bishop, winner of out World Cup photo competition, soon to be the proud owner of a Canon D50, courtey of Lewes Estates. You will be contacted shortly...


Shouldn’t happen to a vet: we wonder if they got a ticket from the NCP