Very cool idea...put the old tunnels to good use. I was in Underground Atlanta many years ago and there were some bars there, too. I think it's kind of dangerous now...
Fascinating. There's something about that swinging lampshade . . . and the blur . . . and the angle of the green table in the foreground . . .By chance, have just come from looking at Dark Archeshttp://www.yorkshiredailyphoto.com/2011/10/dark-arches-leeds.htmlon Leeds Daily Photo.
The whole photo gives me an "underground" feel. I like the blurry action of the lady too. :)
Nice place and a good idea. I think the young people loves this tunnel-bar. (and why not the older people, too..)
A great shot that translates so well the atmosphere of the place. I love the exterior of the Old Vic as well, it's so "English"
It,s not my bar, but I liked.jjjjGreetings.
The bar really looks nice...tempting!
The Lampshades give the shot so much Action! And the look on the people gave so much Emotion! Feels like I'm there as well! Great Job JM!Steven^^
It looks a bit like Jerusalem. There they also have such underground bars.Greetings,Filip
Looks like a setting in Victorian London. Nice photo.
Pint of Guinness, please.
It looks delightful! I wish we had something like that here. Oh, wait! We do have something. I'll have to see what's left of it :)
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