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The Ricoh Arena (commonly known as The Ricoh) is a stadium complex situated in the Rowleys Green district of the city of Coventry, England containing a 32,609 seater football stadium, a 6,000 square-metre exhibition hall, a hotel, a leisure club, and a casino. The site is also home to Arena Park Shopping Centre containing one of the largest Tesco Extra hypermarkets. The site was previously home to the Foleshill gasworks. It is named after its sponsor, Japanese company Ricoh, who paid £10 million for the naming rights over 10 years. For the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where stadium naming sponsorship was forbidden, the stadium was known as the City of Coventry Stadium.
The arena was opened officially by Dame Kelly Holmes and Sports Minister Richard Caborn on 24 February 2007. This was after the arena had been open for a year which included hosting a sell out England U21 football match against Germany and a full season of Coventry City football matches.
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photos are "intended camera movement (ICM) and have no post processing on them
only drop down shadow frame and font from picmonkey ~ when the weather is not so good
and its windy and raining and miserable, then fortunately the light from the Richoh Shopping
Centre windows reflected up on the unusual undulating roof, gives this an unusual effect,
no glare from the sun, just these delicate colours ~ I liked the effect and hope you do too ;-)
the last picture was taken through the car window as we were driving home, a combination
of speed of the car and movement of the camera gave this effect !
Newest member of the family.
Ricoh TLS 401 35mm SLR camera with eye-level and waist-level viewing, Shutter B,1-1000 speed with Cds match-needle metering Auto Rikenon f1.7/50mm lens, Made by Ricoh Japan c1970
Ricoh Auto Half
Fuji Sensia 100 (expired)