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Wood for the trees

There’s something endlessly intriguing, I find, about paths winding through woodland.  Perhaps it is the way the light breaks softly through the canopy of branches, or the way in which the leaf-litter strewn underfoot and the web of twigs overhead … Continue reading

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Abandoned lantern

Those of you who look at these photo posts regularly, probably won’t be surprised to see today’s picture – the rich textures in the wood, the patches of rust on the lantern, and the decaying leaves gathering around it are … Continue reading

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Two bridges

Well, apologies first of all for the delay in posting updates!  The last couple of weeks have been really busy both with my exhibition in London, a number of talks and workshops on my First World War centenary project, and … Continue reading

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The rhythm of life (part IV of “Transylvania travels”)

Friday 18 May 2012, 8.15am, Miklosvar, Transylvania This village is very different from Viscri, not least in its appearance.  The houses are Hungarian, and although some are influenced by the Saxon architecture, many of them lack the high front gates … Continue reading

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