Posts Tagged ‘Edgelands’

It’s not often I travel to Peterborough for the sake of art. In fact it’s not often I travel to Peterborough for the sake of anything, even though it’s the city most accessible to us at Weir HQ. That’s maybe being impossibly harsh to the “worst place in Britain not to have a car” (according to […]


I seem to be returning to subjects a lot at the moment, which is a good thing and one I’ll in turn come back to at some point. Today it’s the Edgelands, courtesy of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. Almost a year ago I finished a post by saying : It’s, (to me), a fascinating […]


Sometimes a whole host of things seem to connect – so forgive this abundance of links posing as a blogpost. The above photograph was taken whilst I wandered around the empty car parks surrounding the Metropole Hotel in Birmingham – I was there for a conference with work which wasn’t doing a great deal for […]