YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING

YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING

YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING

YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING
YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING



YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING
YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING
YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING

YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING
YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING
YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING
YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BLOOMING

























































































































One trip and what a transformation of nature, Durlston Park is indeed filled with odds we adore - stones staring from underneath our feet, forest that reminds Jurassic times, water playfully seducing bluebells. It's all about having a careful eye and thrill-seeking mood, more time than the rest of the world, camera and extra pair of hands to operate it. And good weather, naturally. I suppose I could enliven this side of the screen with more images of civilized spaces: British towns with all the history hidden in stone, statues and even famous stores attract people frantically. Us, included. Although we're more into invading quieter areas, we'll work harder to face the crowd.

Also you get to see the camera operator for the first time - Damian's twin brother, Jack.

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