Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

Where I live there’s a perpetual building site. Stuff has been mushrooming for years and it still goes on. The Ministry of Defence sold land (they used to manufacture ammunitions) to developpers and houses and now shops and warehouses are appearing all over.

Definitely transforming the present, into the future.

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22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

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  3. Wha – what do you mean, “why has it got to be built?” It is a bypass! You’ve got to build bypasses!

    From the Hitchhikers Guide to the galaxy. Sums up why construction is necessary :)..

    Lovely pictures!!!

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  6. I find it fascinating that some builds happen in the blink of an eye, yet other sites seem to be there for years. Here in Cardiff, a new hotel was constructed in 60 days, but yet the plan to turn the old dairy site into a supermarket seems to be dragging on. I’m sure every time I drive past they are breaking up the same pile of stone again and again!

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