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Uncommon Ground Promo from Dominick Tyler on Vimeo.
I shot some video whilst I was photographing for the book and I've put together a couple of short promos with the footage. Here's the first....Read more »
I've been so busy writing and shooting for Uncommon Ground recently that I haven't been able to update the glossary much. I'm really sorry about this because so many people have sent in words and...Read more »
For those who don't suffer from claustrophobia, there are several routes into Gaping Gill, one of the largest and most spectacular underground chambers in Britain. The Southern slopes of...Read more »
I've had an amazing response since the BBC put up a short piece about the project (see it here). Scores of people have sent in words, images and example locations to add to the glossary and many...Read more »
I was up in Cumbria last week, shooting some work for the 'Lakes and Dales' section of the book and gathering more words for the glossary. I shot this film around Baugh Fell whilst looking for...Read more »
I took a drive out to the Chilterns yesterday to look for Bunyan's Dell near Preston in Hertfordshire.
For about 90% of the journey I was cruising along busy grey roads - M11, M25, A1(M) - and...Read more »
Here's a video of my talk at this year's Monki Gras. The event is billed as a conference for software developers but it goes way beyond the boundaries of this description and presents a kind of...Read more »
This is a snippet from last week, when I spent a couple of days in Wales on a bit of a recce. I think waterfalls are going to play a major role in the Welsh section of the book and there's lots of...Read more »
With crampons strapped to my boots and an ice-axe in my hand I should have felt more like a mountaineer than an invalid, but on hands and knees, legs burning and shaky, hauling myself slowly up...Read more »
Tolmens are stones that are both objectively holey and subjectively holy. When they were found by prehistoric peoples in what is now Devon and Cornwall, the neat circular holes in these river...Read more »