Proud to have contributed to this project. “The Pulter Project: Poet in the Making”
They were a very old couple walking in the afternoon sun. I imagined, they have been married for more years than I have walked this earth, a couple that I imagine has achieved unity, a couple who completely know each other. A couple walking arm in arm supporting each other.
That terrified look on my daughters face when she woke up and realised she was in Leeds and not in London.
Awhile ago I bought a Bell & Howell Dial 35 - a half frame format camera and haven’t been using it until very recently. I loaded the camera with a few black and white rolls of Tri-X 400 and sent the rolls off for processing to AG Photographic.
Here’s the result - best of all, the images are not sharp!
Members of Anonymous take to the streets of London in the Million Mask March 2015.
I enjoyed my visit to the Keepsakes exhibition at the Southbank Centre today, which is a part of the Adopting Britain exhibition held by the Migration Museum Project UK – a very timely subject which contributes to anyone’s knowledge of migration in the UK.
I enjoyed the exhibition content, especially the selection from 100 images of migration project.
I think there should be more exhibitions like this, which are both educational and positively engaging.