It was the early 1980s: a time when Arthur Scargill was King and the NUM believed it was invincible. I took this shot at a Yorkshire Miners’ Gala as preparations were being made for Arthur to speak.
Gravestone : St Andrew’s Church, Aldborough, Yorkshire (March 2017) There is something gloriously imprecise about the wording of this gravestone. No “buried here below” or “beneath this stone”; but a poetic “nigh to this place”. It could be in the shade of the tall grass, it might be amongst the springtime stems. We don’t need to know – just remember.Nigh […]