I love this photo. It’s being used to publicise Oxford Photo’s current open call Conceal/Reveal.
My photography is more fruitful when I am on my own. That is, at least, the images I make when I’m out alone in the wild.
Once inhabited, now deserted places have a pull on us. Where lives were once lived and features were managed: stone walls repaired, ovens cleaned, fireplaces swept, roofs mended, herbs gathered, plants tended. Not neglect, but simply absence – humans rarely come by any more and nature takes hold. Thorns, near Ribblehead is such a place.…
Every so often I pass a derelict quarry by the side of the railway line I travel on. Lush, fenced off,
The incredible work of Paul Kenny.
Inside the Outside photography collective are bringing their
There is, not far from Ribblehead station, a hidden, abandoned hamlet – identified only by the cluster of trees which surrounds it.
What photographers perceive as ‘The North’ seems to be land devoid of all people, if the images at this show are anything to go by…