Rakesprogress Volume 8

Volume 8 of Rakesprogress - in this 224 page issue Michael Hodges interviews Azuma Makoto, Simon Bray talks about the importance and meaning in everyday family photographs, Allan Jenkins gives us his dawn manifesto, Sean Swallow on why gardening is a refuge, Yan Wang Preston’s extraordinary project photographing ‘Mother River’, Tom Massey on the life-changing Refuge gardens in Syria and Saddleworth’s lost landscape beautifully photographed by Spencer Murphy with words by Lucy Kehoe.

Because there's something about connecting with the natural world that makes life better. Which is why Rakesprogress is as much a snapshot of the world beyond your computer's window as it is a guide to the tricky business of growing stuff. Flick through these pages and of course, you'll see gardens, plants and flowers, but you'll also find photography, bees, tools, craft, veg, art, architecture, sheds, clothes, jam and, of course, rhubarb. Even if you never pick up a rake, if you want an antidote to the mad whirl of digital, there is something here for you.


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