Pecha Kucha talk at the Landscape Institute | Through the Viewfinder by Pete Ashton – Pete Ashton talks about how he and other people photograph and present the city of Birmingham. Digbeth features heavily, from previous Birmingham Flickrmeets in Digbeth to … Continue reading
I Am Camera – a set on Flickr – A nice slideshow of photos from Fiona Cullinan from the final day of the I Am Camera exhibition in the wild Building, Floodgate Street.
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There’s quite a few YouTube films and Flickr sets of Sunday’s St Patrick’s Festival parade out there already. Here are a few: A lovely set of photos on Flickr by Birmingham photographer Matt Murtgagh ‘St Patrick’s Day’ by Kaakidele ‘Birmingham … Continue reading
Camp Hill Flyover, Birmingham, 1970. on Flickr – Photo Sharing! – An utter gem of a Flickr find – a photo taken by Lady Wulfrun in 1970, who says about it: The Camp Hill Flyover in Birmingham was constructed in … Continue reading
bethdig – A tumblr site created by Pete Ashton, here he ‘tracks the Digbeth tag on Flickr for the good stuff so you don’t have to’. So basically a site of lovely pics of Digbeth.
Custard Factory Shoot – a set on Flickr – Funny thing happened on Saturday afternoon. I was having my picture taken in front of the Devonshire Works door to The Custard Factory on Floodgate Street (the old staff entrance in … Continue reading
Flickr: Ninja Women of Digbeth, photographed by theaardvark – Who are these tiny, warrior Ninja women? Where did they come from? Why are they fighting on the Digbeth streets? Is there some strange sticker-women war going on before our very … Continue reading
A Night Of Aural Carnage – Pictures of the Capsule night of noise in the VIVID gallery, taken by Pete Ashton on his strange, TTV camera.
Digbeth – a set on Flickr – A great set of Digbeth photos by Billy Fallows.
Flickr: Garry Corbett’s photostream – Garry likes his jazz. And he loves taking black and white photos of it being played at The Rainbow. There’s some lovely shots in here.