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Inspired by this article, today’s picture is a cup of coffee. In 1999, there were 700 branded coffee shops on Britain’s streets; there are now 5,000. Independents have also increased in number, but to a lesser extent: there were previously 4,100, now 5,633. So I guess I should probably have featured a photo of an independent… Look back to photo 113 if you feel bad about me featuring Starbucks!

This 1,698th post was filed under: Photo-a-day 2012, .






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