Photographer's Note

I spotted this outside a pub the other day, the saying 'drink is the curse of the working classes' goes back a long way, and I don't think anyone knows where it originally came from, then Oscar Wilde swapped the words round to make the much more amusing 'work is the curse of the drinking classes', this takes it one stage further by changing drinking classes to drinking glasses, very apt for a pub!

What really caught my eye was the near perfect symmetry of the wheel against the brickwork.

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