yizhivika

A photo (or three) a day for 2012.

Shops in Albert Road and Fawcett Road, Southsea, and some schoolchildren’s paintings adorning a construction site, off Winston Churchill Avenue…

Shops at the western end of Albert Road, from outside the Kings Theatre...

Shops at the western end of Albert Road, from outside the Kings Theatre…


Three shops on the southern side of Albert Road...

Three shops on the southern side of Albert Road…


Apparently nameless shop on the eastern side of Fawcett Road...[since this upload, the shop has now been given a name, i.e. 'Porterbella Fawcett' - 03/03/2013]

Apparently nameless shop on the eastern side of Fawcett Road…[since this upload, the shop has now been given a name, i.e. ‘Porterbella Fawcett’ – 03/03/2013]


Cottage Grove...We Love Portsmouth

Cottage Grove…We Love Portsmouth


Omega 1

Omega 1


Somers Park Primary School...

Somers Park Primary School…


Cliffdale...

Cliffdale…


St Luke's and St Peter's...Share the Love...

St Luke’s and St Peter’s…Share the Love…


Omega 2

Omega 2

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7 thoughts on “Shops in Albert Road and Fawcett Road, Southsea, and some schoolchildren’s paintings adorning a construction site, off Winston Churchill Avenue…

  1. Albert Road looks quaint. It seems to be a nice area. I like the children’s artwork!

  2. Yes, I like Albert Road; it has a certain charm and character that of lot of blander shopping areas don’t :). I dare say Charleston, S.C. has a quaint street or two as well. ;).

  3. I will post some photos of Charleston on my blog for you, yizhivika.

  4. I’ve already commented on this lovely post, andelieya, and once again thank you so much for it :).

    http://andelieya.wordpress.com/2012/12/28/photographic-journal-greater-charleston-sc-i/

  5. andthisiswhyiwilldiealonesurroundedbycats on said:

    I used to live round the corner! I miss Southsea.

  6. Ah, it’s a small world, Sarah :). Work brought me to Southsea a couple of years ago, but I like the place, especially in the summer…

  7. Ah I see we have Hampshire in common! Great photos

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