Hackney By Night

15 November 2015 // Books //Photography

Hackney By Night – a book of eerie and unexpectedly beautiful photgraphs of London in the dead of night – is the latest publication from Hoxton Mini Press. The book’s press release follows: “The majesty of the pylon over the canal, shimmering blue and green lights, the bridge lit and reflected in the gently rippling […]

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The Dipper

29 October 2015 // Birds //Photography

A dip, a flirt of the tail, – he’s gone! Brown as the stump he now sits on. (Robin Dale) Words and pictures: Mat Bingham Dippers are about the size of a robin and are in fact related to them, their breast is chestnut brown and unlike robins, they have a white bib. Similar to […]

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A Week of Field Recording in Iceland

23 October 2015 // Field Recording //Landscape //Photography

Words and pictures: Richard Youell I’ve always loved the great outdoors and until recently my interest in landscape photography has provided ample excuses to visit new places, climb new mountains, explore coastlines and to be in the very best places to watch the sun rise and set. That is, until an ‘epiphany moment’ that I […]

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20 October 2015 // Photography

Part of the Milky Way Galaxy (photographed from the inside) Words and pictures: Richard Carter This piece was originally posted on Richard’s website. Many thanks for allowing us to repost. I’ve never seen stars remotely approaching those in Anglesey. There are so damn many of them. Thousand upon thousand. Too many to count. Anglesey in […]

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Brian David Stevens – Brighter Later

4 October 2015 // Books //Photography

News reached us this week that Brian David Stevens‘ book Brighter Later will be published by Tartaruga. Published on Caught by the River between 2012 and 2014, Brighter Later is a journey around Britain looking out to sea from each coastal county. Designed by Wayne Ford, it should be ready by Christmas, and will feature […]

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