Imagining a post-apocalyptic landscape. An exhibition of large panoramic images made at the historic Pett Level beach, East Sussex and Polzeath, Cornwall.
A selection of photographs, of the waters receding at low tide, revealing clues to the history of a shoreline, rewritten every day, no two days the same.
A photographic project, the landscape is a huge historical archive where scales of time, human endeavour and historical natural processes are everywhere.
Somehow, I was invited with good friend Michael Proudfoot to Charlie’s wedding in early May 1975. The reception was at the Moncks Arms, Caenby Corner, near the village of Glentworth, Lincolnshire