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Don’t mind the sun
Focus locus
A day in Blackpool 1977
Texture of a city
Let heaven exist
Fragments of forgotten corners
The street our gallery
Song of the beast


Princes Quay shopping centre

City centre

Beverley Gate

Remains of Hull medieval walls. On this gate, Charles I was denied entrance by the burghers of the city, the beginning of the English civil war.

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Tuesday 12 December 2017

Bella researching frozen bird water bowl

Tuesday 12 December 2017

Hull Minster, formerly Holy Trinity Church

Preparations for final City of Culture performance (propaganda, to my eyes).

Having made another visit to the Humber Street Gallery, I had the fortunate moment to see Martin Parr exhibition without a kid workshop going on… Blessing!

I can see the value of his work from an anthropological point of view, a record of an era mostly defined by trashy food and take aways, almost like a contemporary version of a box full of negatives found in a car boot sale, for generations to come to ponder in our habits, although, certainly, the skills are much higher than the one found in most of those boxes. 

However, the problem I have with them, is that they leave me emotionally cold.

Olivia Arthur photographs are thoughtful.