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Looking backwards

As the Covid-19 lockdown bites, the ability to get out of the house has been curtailed. Consequently, images from an unfettered past are seen from a new perspective.

A couple of years ago I worked on a project photographing along the length of the Greenwich Meridian as it passes through Lincolnshire. I started just north of the Humber estuary. Though not strictly in Lincolnshire, the Meridian first hits land in this coastal part of Yorkshire before entering into Lincolnshire. Using a series of 42 images I describe the passage of this notional line across 75 miles of its journey.

I took many more than the 42 images I’ll eventually use. I was helped considerably by Phil Cosker who spent time with me editing down the images to the curated 42 I shall be showing. But where to show them?

With the Corona virus raging across the country galleries are closed. So what to do? A while back I produced an on-line gallery of sort, now removed, which was an attempt at showing the work virtually. At that time, there being no virus issues, truth be told, I was more interested in a real showing of the project.

Times change. I’m now working with Masshaus Exhibition Design, an exhibition design company based in Birmingham to see if we can produce something on-line and much further along from my own fledgling attempt. Watch this space, as they say.

PDBarton
April 2020.

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  1. Pingback: A Line Runs through it – online. | peterdbarton.com

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