Revealing an alternative; Snowdonia Revisited by Robert Law

 

 

 

 

The rather wonderful Mass Paths by Caitriona Dunnett

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing 14.24 by Juan Fabuel

 

 

 

 

Introducing the LAST GARDEN by Philip J Brittan

We are delighted to be the first to feature CUBBY’S TARN, a new body of work by our co-founder Joseph Wright

 

Introducing EVERYTHING SEEMED TO BE LISTENING by David Foster

 

A double header, the rather wonderful Chora & Terrain Vague by Matthew Conduit

Introducing HISTORY LESSENS by Tom Wilkinson, a response to questions about history and landscape

 

Introducing Paraglacial | Geomorphic by Pauline Woolley

The landscape photography collective mediating the liminal space between the world before us and within

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SNOWDONIA REVISITED | Robert Law

SNOWDONIA REVISITED | Robert Law

  From stone quarries that have been active since the Neolithic period and slate quarries that provided roofing for Britain and the world, to modern hydroelectric schemes: The Snowdonia (Eryri in the Welsh language) landscape of 3000ft/1000m mountains, valleys and...

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MASS PATHS | Caitriona Dunnett

MASS PATHS | Caitriona Dunnett

  Mass Paths is a series of handcrafted photographs, landscapes of the Irish countryside embedded with absence. They portray the traces of paths walked by Catholics to reach illegal mass during penal times. The Penal Laws were imposed on Catholics in Ireland in 1695...

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14.24 | Juan Fabuel

14.24 | Juan Fabuel

  The Mediterranean Sea has always been connected with the idea of cultural origin, trade, movement and tourism. As an essential setting for human development, this region of mild weather was one of the most inhabited places. 14.24 is inspired by the idea of temporary...

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THE MIND STATE PROJECT | James Tarry

THE MIND STATE PROJECT | James Tarry

  For years now, I have been trying and failing to come up with a visual project about mental illness. In fact, I've also written several blog posts about this topic after seeing a slew of creatives all discussing how they struggle with mental illness online, but I...

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LAST GARDEN | Philip J Brittan

LAST GARDEN | Philip J Brittan

  ‘Come and look at the garden’ were often amongst the first words my mother spoke to me when I visited.  She was a dedicated gardener who gained immense pleasure from the many hours she spent working in the garden that she maintained for sixty years. The results were...

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Introducing Pauline Woolley’s Paraglacial/Geomorphic.

“Paraglacial is a term relating to ‘unstable conditions’ deriving from glacial climates. From these unstable conditions geomorphic forms begin to change the landscape of our Earth.

“Often barren and austere in appearance the original landscape image was manipulated to produce a mirroring of its original self...” see more
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Our new series is Snowdonia Revisited by Robert Law.

"There is a very understandable deluge of often formulaic images from this part of the world, especially on social media and in the press. Although valid, I feel it’s also my role to challenge and explore as a local photographer. The more people reasonably strive for aesthetic perfection in their imagery of this beautiful area, the more I also want to reveal an alternative. I want to provide images that avoid the familiar and invite questions from the viewer." See more here: www.inside-the-outside.com/snowdonia-revisited-robert-law/
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‪Our new series is ‘Mass Paths’ by Catriona Dunnett. ‬

‪“Landscapes embedded with absence. They portray the traces of paths walked by Irish Catholics to reach illegal mass during penal times.”‬

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