Within a Biscuit’s Throw
Limited edition: 20 + 5AP
32 pages, black and white, 210x148mm
18 in stock
As the lockdown measures were announced in the UK on 23 March 2020, I started taking daily walks in my local park, Gladstone Park. With a camera in hand, I was attracted (while observing social distance) to the poetry between the landscape and the people: running; walking; playing sports; or resting briefly.
Gladstone Park, famous for Dollis Hill House, is a place of great cultural importance, visited by William Ewart Gladstone (four-time prime minister of Britain and the American writer Mark Twain, who visited the house with his family in the summer of 1900, and wrote “never seen such a place … with its noble trees and stretch of country, and everything that went to make life delightful, and all within a biscuit’s throw of the metropolis of the world”.
Each copy is numbered and signed.
Design and photographs by Hydar Dewachi.
|Dimensions||21 × 14.8 × 3 cm|