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Documentary photography project in South Wales - more a movement than a collective. Get involved!
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dan wood 4 Jul 19
Pove the Great now available to purchase! Ltd Ed of 100 Signed/Numbered copies and comes with an 8x6" Signed print:
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uouʎǝ ʇʇɐɯ 6 Jul 19
Josh, Christian. Swansea, July 2019. Josh is in the middle of a personal challenge to complete a sunrise swim every day for 1000 days.
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Sion Marshall-Waters 6 Jun 19
A clip from my research and development project Thieves Again about people living in the Black Mountains.
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ffoton 3 May 19
exhibition by coming to Workers Gallery in Rhondda. Runs 20 June - 27 July One not to miss.
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Robin Weaver 30 Apr 19
Neighbours chatting, New Tredegar, , 1972 Going through my 1972 contact sheets I discovered this photo which I didn't even bother to print at the time. Now it speaks volumes to me of those times.
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cheyneydanielmarsh 29 Apr 19
What a load of rubbish! 😂👍🏻
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Jim Cochrane 29 Apr 19
New work: (working title) . Stephen, fisherman, on his favourite stretch of the River Taff, a backdrop of jetsam and detritus from upriver washed down after heavy rains. November 2018. . .
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Robin Weaver 29 Apr 19
Some scans from my neg files. miners would get free coal delivered and this boy is helping his dad clear it from the lane behind his house in New Tredegar, 1972.
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uouʎǝ ʇʇɐɯ 29 Apr 19
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Rebecca Sunflower 29 Apr 19
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The South Wales Project 28 Apr 19
A great body of work forming here
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Mik Critchlow 27 Apr 19
Saturday's scans - from 'Coal Town', these images were made at Ashington and Woodhorn Collieries Northumberland in 1981. Image 2 depicts Micky Sparrow who lost his right arm underground in the '60s - promised a job for life, this was to be his last shift.
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uouʎǝ ʇʇɐɯ 28 Apr 19
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Preecer 27 Apr 19
If you are live in or visit the South Wales valleys take a look at the Workers Gallery
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Christopher M Hight 28 Apr 19
Close to the edge
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The South Wales Project 28 Apr 19
Sorry we've been so quiet recently, we're all very busy and also struggling to juggle 48,000 social media accounts!
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Rebecca Sunflower 23 Apr 19
Lucy and Emily, Abertysswg. 2019. Lucy RhysEmily May
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Rebecca Sunflower 23 Apr 19
Lucy and Emily, Abertysswg. 2019.
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Richard Chambury 😷 18 Feb 19
WORTH A READ 😉👍🏻 Interview with photographer ⁦📷 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿⁩ via ⁦⁩ ➡️
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Sion Marshall-Waters 24 Sep 18
Lawrence, Forest Coal Pit, 2018. From my project in the Black Mountains
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