Tag Archives: WW2

A memorial in Amiens

As part of my First World War photography project, I visited Amiens last year – a city which, in 1918 at least, found itself just a short distance behind the front lines of the fighting.  The memorial in today’s image … Continue reading

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Battle of Britain Memorial

The Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel le Ferne was opened in 1999; I have visited several times over the past few years at different times of day and in different lights, and have never failed to be moved by … Continue reading

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Old airfields

A few years ago, I was working on a project to photograph Battle of Britain airfields as they look today.  This involved a fair amount of research into where 1940s airfields were located, and then a lot of travelling around … Continue reading

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Space to remember?

Next week, I am fortunate to be speaking at the Sacred City conference organised by the Centre for the Arts and the Sacred at King’s College London.  I’ll be talking about a project I undertook in 2011 to photograph St … Continue reading

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