A striking feature of many cities and towns is the spontaneous aggregation of escaped garden plants which decorate the margins of pavements. These pavement gardens can be dull and boring, vibrant and striking, and often are even small scale mini-gardens of random assemblages. Here are some pictures of Bath's current pavement gardens. On close inspection, they can be quite attractive and harbour life of insects and rapid life cycles. During Covid-19 they have exploded across Bath like a triffid invasion. Usually, they never get a chance to fully establish before they are poisoned, cut or die of drought. An element of natural ephemera.
City pavement gardens
by Charles Stirton June. 03, 2020 111 views
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The Spirit Of Things
A photographic exploration of the hidden or neglected parts of our visual world.