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Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions

 

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Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
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Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
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Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies
Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes
Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
© 2018 PhotoWeddings All Rights Reserved
Rods, Roots & Rhubarb Positive portraits of an allotment community The portraits provoke a conversation about the challenges of allotment holders in the 21st century. It poses the question of why people have allotments now. It is not just for growing produce but also provides a sense of community, exercise, fresh air, fresh food and aids mental well-being. In contrast to the fast moving society in which we live, allotment holders have to be patient for crops to grow. The project was shot using film, where it has to undergo a process before it is visually seen . This process is akin to the planting of seeds. This enjoyable sense of anticipation is something that modern life is losing.
Kevin Plot No. 154 Park Rd Allotment holder for 28 years Favourite item each year: Chillies
Eileen Plot No. 165 Park Rd Allotment holder for 20 years Favourite item each year: Spinach
Anthony & Sofia Plot No. 135a Park Rd Allotment holder for 3 years Favourite item each year: Tomatoes
Bill Plot No. 126 Park Rd Allotment holder for 12 years Favourite item each year: Onions
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