Hey, look! Social Shutter, a lovely blog that aims to ‘capture community life with a camera lens’, is featuring some of my photographs of Danish allotments this week. The blog presents image based research and projects in an accessible style, without too much social science jargon, and with a diverse range of contributions from both artists and academics. Do have a browse through their archives, you’re bound to find something you’re interested in. They are looking for contributions from around the world to compliment their already impressive collection of work, so get out your cameras – and submit your pictures!
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