The past comes back to haunt in all sorts of ways. This is a key feature of the archaeological imagination. It may be something like “this happened here”, or “this was the way it was, and still is”. And, as archaeologists, as all of us do – we return, revisit, rehearse, reiterate, repeat. This familiar…
Prehistoric round house, Coquet Valley, Northumberland. On location with Mike Pearson.
Scene of crime. Investigating with Mike Pearson. Home and estate of the First Lord Armstrong. Now in the hands of The National Trust.
With Mike Pearson in Elsdon churchyard, Northumberland, England.
More experiments in pigment, water, paper. Ad Fines, Scottish Borders. The most extensive Roman earthworks remaining in northern Europe.
Another experiment in hylography – [Link] [Link] Howick, Northumberland UK