Thursday, 16 January 2014

Three Peaks of Pendle

Three Peaks of Pendle
Photographs by Lee Johnson
Haiku poems by Sarah Lee
Lee Johnson and Sarah Lee have explored the countryside on and around Pendle’s three significant hills:  Pendle, Boulsworth and Weets.  This new exhibition of photographs and poems includes some of the little known places which lie in their foothills.
Haiku is a 16th century style of Japanese poetry made famous by Basho in his collection The Narrow Road to the Deep North.  Haiku are written in simple language using few words to distil moments in time.  They are inspired by the natural world, capturing changes in the seasons.
Here are Sarah and Lee, further details of the exhibition are below.

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