I feel attached to Brum – it’s where I spread my wings as a teenager, and I’ve spent years there, shopping, exploring and having fun. The last two decades have seen so much change there, when I was recently given a copy of Mac Joseph’s book ‘Bull Ring Birmingham in Postcards and Old Photographs’, it brought back a whole bunch of memories. I then remembered I had some self-taken pictures and bits of ephemera of the changes.Although I’m not a Brummie, I feel like one, and I pine for the days when the city showed so much vision and potential. It seemed anything was possible, for a while.
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