Suburban Herbarium

27 June 2016 // On Nature //Photography

Diva Harris talks to William Arnold about his 21st century homage to Victorian botany. Yellow Archangel (Lamium gleobdolon) William Arnold is a photographer living in Cornwall. Having chanced upon a copy of his Antler Press photo book some time ago and following him on Twitter, I began to notice the fruits of his latest labour, […]

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Engenetic Engineering

11 June 2016 // Photography

Cally Callomon visits PhotoEast Festival, where scenes from a Suffolk pub in 1966 catch his eye Every town needs an engineer, or a pub like The Engineer’s Arms. That is; a pub, not a lower-case Helvetica Farrow and Balls-up gourmet bistro kitchen bar and grill, but a place where ‘Gastro’; is what happens after you […]

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Not Exactly Nature Writing: Photographs by Justin Partyka

8 June 2016 // Events //Photography

Caught by the River readers and their friends are invited to attend the Private View of Not Exactly Nature Writing.. Justin Partyka, in association with the Aldeburgh Festival 2016, is pleased to present Not Exactly Nature Writing, on view at the Peter Pears Gallery, 152 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AQ, from 11-26 June 2016, open […]

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New Shop Stock

19 May 2016 // Books //Photography //Shop

We’ve just added a lovely selection of bits and bobs to our shop, including John Bevis’s The Keartons: Inventing nature photography, newly released by Uniformbooks. This new and definitive study concerns itself with the lives and partnership of brothers Richard and Cherry Kearton – who took the first ever photograph of a bird’s nest with […]

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Beachy Head

16 May 2016 // Photography

Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 metres (531 ft) above sea level. The peak allows views of the south east coast from Dungeness in the east, to Selsey Bill in the west. Its height has also made it one of the most notorious suicide spots in the world. […]

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