Each time I bounce round with a new set of holiday snaps my non-architect friend groans. It's because, she says, of my systematic erasure of everything pertaining to human interest from the images. It is as effective as if one of those 1980s bombs had just dropped - you know, the ones architects liked - that killed all forms of natural life while leaving buildings and cities pleasingly intact.
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