High Street Arcade’s turn for wide-angle goodness

So here’s the third (and probably not final) installment in my series of wide angle shots, attempting to really showcase the stunning architecture of the arcades and show you just how different they all are. I’ve already shown you the Morgan and Castle Arcade, so here now is the High Street Arcade.

I’m missing pictures from the Royal Arcade and Morgan Arcade. I’ve included shots from the Duke Street Arcade in with the High Street Arcade because it’s so small – and you can see the High Street Arcade in the shots too. That’s not to say I won’t go back and take some more at a later date of course.

Once again I took a few in the morning and a few in the evening to get two different perspectives. I’m really hoping to see some sunshine over the weekend so I can take proper advantage of the skylights, fingers crossed!

I think it will be interesting to see which of the arcades gets the most clicks as it’ll be a very crude measurement of which is most popular – although to be honest at the moment Castle and Morgan are pretty much neck and neck. Please feel free to let me know which ones have been your favourite (and why!) in the comments box below.

In this set you’ll also see a picture of The Wardrobe, one of the sadly empty shops in the High Street Arcade. It’s a beautiful space and it’s a real shame that no one is able to take advantage of it at the moment, look at the gorgeous curves and the amazing windows – I really hope someone fills it soon.

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