Thanks to Peter James Field for pointing us in the direction of this little gem.
Spencer Murphy is a brilliant young photographer – as well as a Creative Review Creative Futures prizewinner, he also won the Association of Photographers top bursary to develop his photo-series “Wastelands”. The project involves visiting and photographing some often hidden away dumping sites throughout the UK – from nuclear dumps at Sellafield and Drigg, to huge landfill sites and old MOD chemical warfare test grounds.
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