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Storytelling night at Coia's Cafe

Stories and storytelling are at the heart of our project. Across this body of work there is a story more universal about community and our society as a whole. 275 more words

Green for Go!

Welcome to Washing Lines! We are creating a photography project with a community at its heart. We will be working over the next 2 months to produce portraits with Dennistoun residents that will form part of a bigger commentary about this special area of Glasgow. 106 more words

The utilitarian washing line in the garden

Washing lines! These continue to be seen as essential for most New Zealanders, although they are apparently banned in a number of urban areas in the USA as inappropriate for public view. 546 more words

Tikorangi: The Jury Garden

Why The Birch Weeps

It is seven years today since Jessica’s death. Sam and Louisa can here be seen climbing under her jumper in a detail from a photograph I took, in a coppice in Surrey, in 1984, a large print of which hangs in our daughter’s sitting room. 537 more words

Washing lines

I don’t cope well with the heat. 17C and sunny is my preference, so it’s just cardigan weather. Hubby and I even had a conversation recently about how we should buy a ‘summer house’ in the north of England so we can have mild winters in the south and mild summers in the north. 113 more words

Crazy