Africa Through Lens
Explore incredible photographs spanning over 100 years of African history, from the 1860s onwards, taken from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office photographic collection (CO 1069).
This is the official tag line on the National Archives website. These photographs ordered by the UK government were a way of cataloging the empire, creating lists of notable assets which continued into the 1960's.
Gloucestershire's ley lines
Ley lines are one of the most enduring earth mysteries. A network of prehistoric pathways criss-crossing the country, some believe them to have mystical significance - Dave Wood, Anne Piper and Cindy Nunn.
This series of images are made along the Ley lines in the Forest of Dean.