Days of Roses June 30th

The second Days of Roses event for which I was artist in residence saw a wealth of imagery thrown my way. I was particularly taken with the view from the trains afforded by Alison's poetry, and Rob's description of a wood that lost its ability to evoke primal terror. Try to spot all the tea-related imagery too – how very British!

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