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Bristol 2014: Political and economic changes have transformed industry, buildings and ultimately the people who live and work in this city.

As we look around we find a stark contrast between old and new, occupied and abandoned.

In these photos I try to capture some of Bristol’s history and culture through the physical landscape of the city.

See more of Alec Searight’s work at:  alec-searight.4ormat.com or email on alec.searight@hotmail.co.uk
Alec Searight buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

Alec Searight: buildings

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