Friday 10th February – Saturday 10th March 2012, 10am-6pm Monday-Saturday
Photographs by Richard Denyer
The relationship between water and land, the wild and the man-made, is particularly evident in the wetlands of the Norfolk & Suffolk Broads and the lowlands of northern Holland. Sensitivity to the delicate nature of wetland terrain is reflected in some vernacular architecture and ignored by other idiosyncratic structures that illustrate real or imagined relationships with water, land and sky.
Some watery scenes could be in either country but most images illustrate decisions which are more or less culturally specific and relate to social and political attitudes towards inhabitants, visitors and the wider environment.
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