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Brainstorm. Hatherley Park

Types of people in the park:

  • Toddlers in the play park
  • Elderly people on walks
  • Dog walkers
  • Runners
  • Parents
  • Cyclists, possibly young children learning to ride their bike.
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Processing film

To process my first test roll of film, I used HP5 processed in rodinal. I knew that rodinal, combined with HP5 created a high contrast result, so I chose to use the 1/50 dilution in oppose to 1/20 to lower the contrast. 946 more words

Hatherley Park

Before I made any decisions, I wanted to visit Hatherley Park, as the project sounded like something I would want to work with, but I had never visited the area. 435 more words

Te Ara i Takahia - online resource showcases an inspiring restoration project

Te Aho Tū Roa and Toimata Foundation are proud to share
Te Ara i Takahia an online resource showcasing the inspiring awa restoration project undertaken by Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Rawhiti Roa, a kura leading leading the way in environmental sustainability action in Northland. 68 more words

Empowered Students

Project Proposal

From the networking event, I met 2 volunteers from the organisation, The Friends of Hatherley Park. They want the park documented to record memories, and gain stories from locals that have been through time with the park. 125 more words

Networking Event

At the networking event we met dozens of people that ran community organisations. They looked after things such as the environment and people with disabilities. 221 more words

Mark Neville. Deeds not words

The project Deeds Not Words was created between 2010-2012 and aims to effect a real policy change regarding land reclamation, and alter attitudes towards the disposal and management of toxic waste in the UK. 402 more words