Shadows & Reflections: Paul Scraton

4 December 2017 // Shadows & Reflections

Somehow, inexplicably, Shadows & Reflections season is already upon us again. As the year draws to a close, we ask our friends and collaborators to look back on the past twelve months and share their significant moments. Without further ado, here’s the very first entry of 2017, from Paul Scraton: On a wet and misty […]

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Shadows and Reflections: Paul Scraton

5 December 2016 // Shadows & Reflections

…In which, as the year comes to its end, our friends and collaborators look back on the past twelve months and share their moments; In the mountains of Slovenia we followed the Soča River downstream until we reached the town of Kobarid. Here, surrounded by mist-covered mountains, we searched out the small town museum. I […]

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Shadows and Reflections: Paul Scraton

20 December 2015 // Shadows & Reflections

Shadows and Reflections: the annual collection of postings where Caught by the River’s contributors and friends take a look back on the events that have shaped the past twelve months. Today it’s the turn of Paul Scraton. At Hamburg station on a chilly Thursday in November, hundreds of people were waiting. They were gathered on […]

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Shadows and Reflections – Paul Scraton

2 January 2015 // Shadows & Reflections

Shadows and Reflections: the annual collection of postings where Caught by the River’s ever-reliable contributors and friends old and new take a look back on the events that have shaped the past twelve months. Today it’s the turn of Paul Scraton: Photograph: Anklam, northern Germany, by Katrin Schönig When I look back on the past […]

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Shadows & Reflections – Paul Scraton

21 December 2013 // Shadows & Reflections

(Photograph by Katrin Schönig) We are taking a train back from Munich to Berlin on a Sunday afternoon at the start of December, a six hour train ride home that will take us through some of Germany’s most beautiful countryside at over a hundred and fifty kilometres an hour. A few hours north of Munich, […]

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