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Memories: pop up photography exhibition

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Sorry, the pop up photography exhibition is now closed. A big thanks to the thousands who visited.

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Author: Stephen Studd Photography

Stephen graduated from LCP in London in 1987 with a 2:1 BA Honours degree in photography. Since then he has travelled the world as a professional freelance travel & garden photographer. His photography has been published in many areas around the globe; from front cover of National Geographic magazine, to countless travel books, brochures and print media. His work has also been used in many advertising campaigns, with clients such as Fiat, Citigroup, Caribou Coffee, Expedia, BBC and countless others and his photography has picked up numerous international awards.. Stephen leads travel photography holidays and tours to Burma, Cambodia, Angkor Wat, Vietnam & the USA. He also leads Bluebell photography workshops in Gloucestershire and landscape photography workshops in the Gower, Wales. http://www.digitalphotographyholidays.com Stephen can be contacted for commissions via his photography website.

2 thoughts on “Memories: pop up photography exhibition

  1. Brilliant post. I love them all but particularly Memories 4. It seems to defy gravity with those small stones perched like they are. It reminds me of the cairns which you get at the top of mountains. Often they are just heaps of stones but occasionally someone will have tried something a little different and placed their stone in a more deliberate fashion.

    • Thanks for letting me know your favourite. They do remind me of cairns too, which my first memories of them were hill walking in Yorkshire as a child, especially the three peaks and they fascinated me then. The piled up stones at certain temples around Angkor Wat are starting to gravitate in to the temples themselves, as seen in the last image.

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