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Poetry Projections: Panorama Thursday, 18 February 2010

Posted by edincityoflit in Events, Poetry in Edinburgh.
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Our poetry projections around Edinburgh are getting a lot of attention – Edinburgh-based photographer Brendan MacNeill has been inspired to go out and take some fantastic panoramas of the poetry in place across town.

Brendan says:

“As a commercial photographer I’m diversifying  my services. Panoramas are a natural extension to the interiors and landscape work that I do. I’m creating a separate website to offer the service and am in the process of creating interactive panoramas for it, some which have a distinct Edinburgh subject matter (QuarterMile).

When I learned of the CarryAPoem projections I thought they would make an interesting series where the focus of the scene can alternate from the environment to the text upon the scene and by implication to an aspect of Scottish culture which doesn’t usually have a direct physical presence. “

Check out the beautiful panoramas of our projections on:

Edinburgh Castle

Cockburn Street

Royal Mile

Find out more about Brendan at http://www.macneill.co.uk.

 

 

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