May 2012


Look what Anna found:

“photo taken from the north devon coast, of gorilla knitting in the wild – wind swept trees covered with wafts of wool from itchy sheep scratching against the branches!”

Stunning!

 

 

 

We’ve been doing quite a bit of traveling lately. Apart from meeting wonderful people and seeing great crafts there are also these moments and views that seem so utterly english – at least to an outsider’s eye

1. of course, there is always the rain:

2. countryside in semi/somewhat urban settings:

or is it the other way around?

3: still catching up on my royal history with a long way to go …

4: surveillance politics

and yes, not last, wonderfully talented and friendly people

for more pics see our flickr photo stream!

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craftgeographies’ photostream on Flickr.

new pics from our fieldwork days at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen and the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen and their Tetbury Spring show