Obviously this isn't a skyscraper, but it is Ramsey's tallest building. The low angle lends to the deception of height beyond it's inches. It's tall, but no skycraper. These are private flats situated behind Queens Promenade and overlooking St Paul's Square. This is the modern side of Ramsey, the ugly austere side. They're '60's and '70's concrete "homes in the sky" that look down upon the equally austere St Paul's Shopping Precint. It's not a mall, it's definately what's known as a precint, shops designed in a walkaround rectangle. Not my kind of place at all, but the view from the top looking onto the Promenade is spectacular.
Although this tiny part of town is drab and grey, it's still free of graffiti, litter, chewing gum adorned pavements and free from vandalism. You can walk around of an evening down to the beach, the local pubs or the Harbour Lights Bistro ( right next door) and dawdle back in the early hours of the following day in the knowledge that this is still a safe area. The equivalent area in the UK couldn't afford you the same luxury, it would be considered a no go area and best avoided. So, it may not be the prettiest photo of Ramsey I've posted, but if you want a room with a view, a safe haven, close to all your town amenities then it's the ideal spot. Not so bad afterall then.
So, question today is, are there no go area in your daily photo place?