Saturday 16th December
Following his sell-out talk last year, David returns to the Lansdown Hall with an all-new show at based on his latest prehistory photo project, ‘Barrowlands’.
Neolithic long barrows and Bronze Age burial mounds were frequently built at inter-visible locations on hilltops and alongside rivers or springs, forming ‘ceremonial landscapes’ that may still be discerned today. David has been seeking out these forgotten ‘Barrowlands’ in Devon, the Mendips, South Dorset, West Wales and the Cotswolds, creating sequences of astounding new aerial images that reveal how these sacred places often referred to particular features in the landscape, interlaced by long-distance pilgrimage routes.
Come and discover a whole new perspective on the British countryside through the powerful new medium of aerial photography.
PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS, BOSS MORRIS!
‘Revelatory!’ Josh Kranz, Bath
‘A fabulous spiritual flight across the ancient countryside’ Edward Young, Frome
‘Astounding photography’ Prof Alice Roberts, Bristol
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
Refreshments at licensed interval bar. Signed copies of David’s book, greetings cards and new 2024 calendar will also be on sale.