‘The sewage works reminded us of Sicily’: bleak local spaces readers learned to love

From car parks to the canals beneath Birmingham’s Spaghetti Junction, some truly unlovely locations sparked the imagination and provided solace in lockdownWhat was your lockdown special place? I think most of us had one: somewhere away from home, where we could exhale, enjoy a change of scene and appreciate the peace and beauty of our surroundings. A park perhaps, a riverside or a wood? For Jess Rickenback and Rachel Hein, that place was the path beside the Seafield sewage works in Edinburgh. “Unloved, litter and dog poo strewn, and often very stinky,” says Hein, a photographer, who often took the… Source – Full Article https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/may/19/the-sewage-works-reminded-us-of-sicily-bleak-local-spaces-readers-learned-to-love

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