“Bretton ‘Mindful’ Photo walk”
First in a potential ongoing series of experiential nature-reconnection photo “walkshops”.
The Bretton walk shop was devised for local residents to help capture and create a visual sense of place in a seemingly familiar urban environment. Using the photographic ‘process’, various mindfulness techniques and by exploring the surrounding green areas that are sometimes overlooked on everyday ‘A-B ‘ journeys, participants are invited to deepen their observations by exploring feeling and experiencing, rather than simply seeing.
Bretton originally built in the 1970′s as a Township and designed as a green environment is connected to Peterborough’s Green Wheel and offers lots of green space.
As part of my Project Wonderlands body of environmental art works.