The London Independent Photography (LIP) Greenwich group is holding its Sixth Annuale exhibition from 8 – 22 August at The Greenwich Gallery , Linear House, Peyton Place, London SE10 8RS. The private view is tonight from 6.20 pm – 8.30 pm and is open … Continue reading
Posted in France, Nature, photography
Tagged ancient, carthorse, coppice, exhibition, forest, France, horse, london independent photography, nature, oak, perche region, Percheron, pollard, trees, woodland
Hibiscus syriacus doesn’t originally come from Syria, but eastern Asia, probably China and Korea. It’s been in bloom in our garden and others around here in northwest London for the past few days. So popular with gardeners it might better be … Continue reading
Hornbeam, Carpinus betulus, also known as iron wood, or yoke elm because the wood is so hard it can’t be worked easily. It was mainly used for ox yokes, cogs and cartwheels. The grown-out coppice stools like this one in … Continue reading
Posted in Human Nature, London, Nature, photography
Tagged coppice, Hornbeam, London, nature, Paris, photography, tree, urban, woodland
This gallery contains 78 photos.
There are almost no charity shops in Paris, so people who want to pass on a pair of shoes often leave them in the street for someone to take. These shoes are photographed exactly as I found them. This series … Continue reading
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Designed for photographers, artists and urbanists whose work addresses notions of urban space and culture the international Summer School provides a highly intensive two week practical and theoretical training in key aspects of urban visual practice. The course aims to … Continue reading
This gallery contains 16 photos.
This gallery contains 15 photos.
The French word <canivaux> means the gutter. In Paris, every day, street sweepers (wielding lurid green plastic versions of the witch’s ‘besom’ broom) block off the gutters near to drains using carefully crafted mini dams made of rolled up carpet … Continue reading
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Meditations on the relationships between humans and the rest of the natural world (read more here)