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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Shadows and Reflections – Paul Scraton

30 November 2012 // Shadows & Reflections

Illustration by Julia Stone In which, as the year comes to its end, our friends and collaborators look back and share their moments: I was in a reflective mood for much of this year. In January it was ten years since I moved from Leeds to Berlin, with the idea of spending six months in […]

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