Plebeian Photography (by J@ck!)

Noun 1. pleb - one of the common people a person who holds no title anti-intellectual, lowbrow, philistine - a person who is uninterested in intellectual pursuits

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  1. Millerntor Stadion, FC St Pauli, Hamburg Millerntor Stadion, FC St Pauli, Hamburg
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    Millerntor Stadion, FC St Pauli, Hamburg

  2. Heiligengeistfeld, Hamburg
Circus Carl Busch Heiligengeistfeld, Hamburg
Circus Carl Busch
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    Heiligengeistfeld, Hamburg

    Circus Carl Busch

  3. SC Victoria Hamburg v Wolfsburg II, Hoheluft Stadion

    Final score 0-4.

  4. St Pauli-London’s Day out to Clapton FC

    St Pauli-London had a little jolly out to the badlands of E7 to watch Clapton FC - well that was the plan but the weather had other ideas and the game was called off. But we still got to see some entertaining football including the best flying header with mud slide finish I think I’ll ever see!

  5. Kreuzberg, Berlin Kreuzberg, Berlin
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    Kreuzberg, Berlin

  6. Wedel, Hamburg Wedel, Hamburg
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    Wedel, Hamburg

  7. Alexanderplatz, Berlin-Mitte Alexanderplatz, Berlin-Mitte
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    Alexanderplatz, Berlin-Mitte

  8. photodenimportequoi said: nothing to ask, just really like your pictures!

    Aww cheers! I haven’t actually picked up a camera in a little while (been busy organising a big exhibition for people that have) but I hope to change that soon and post more. Your stuff is great too.

  9. thechemistryset:

A modern housing estate in London, 1961.
(I am unsure of the exact location or name of the estate, anyone?)

These look to be part of Brandon Estate, Kennington (next to Kennington Park / Oval) thechemistryset:

A modern housing estate in London, 1961.
(I am unsure of the exact location or name of the estate, anyone?)

These look to be part of Brandon Estate, Kennington (next to Kennington Park / Oval)
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    thechemistryset:

    A modern housing estate in London, 1961.

    (I am unsure of the exact location or name of the estate, anyone?)

    These look to be part of Brandon Estate, Kennington (next to Kennington Park / Oval)

    (via howweimagined)

  10. fastcompany:

    Think your office is soulless? Check out this Amazon fulfillment center.

    Ben Roberts’ Amazon Unpacked isa haunting series of photographs that exposes the inner workings of Amazon’s massive fulfillment center in the English Midlands.

    Locals hoped that the center would boost the local economy, which was devastated by the closure of a coal mine, the area’s main employer. Instead, Roberts explains, Amazon workers are turned into ‘human robots’ and guaranteed little-to-no job security.

    "An Amazon fulfillment associate might have to walk as far as 15 miles in a single shift, endlessly looping back and forth between shelves in a warehouse the size of nine soccer fields. They do this in complete silence, except for the sound of their feet. The atmosphere is so quiet that workers can be fired for even talking to one another." 

    For Roberts, this isn’t about how something you order off of Amazon comes to your door. It’s about how fulfillment centers like Rugeley represent the invisible cost buried in every low Amazon price.

     

    (via photographsonthebrain)