Everything Goes Quiet:Abandoned Places

Every town has it's secrets.

Everything Goes Quiet Reviewed & Revealed.

Everything Goes Quiet's Secret Photographer has finally been revealed in a personal Interview conducted by Blogspot's "Gold Street Photo." which concentrates on Photography & Photographers based in and around Northamptonshire, the blog contans some really interesting photographes, Information and Interviews on other Northampton based photographersa currently working in and around Northamptonshire.




Everything Goes Quiet's Interview was conducted in July 2010 and contains a breif slideshow of some of the photography on the Everything Goes Quiet blog and also some other photo's from the Everything Goes Quiet Photographers other page which consentrates on other areas of Photographic Art, The interview also contains questions regarding the photographers opinions on Northampton, his photographic style and other photographers in the town.
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1 comments:

Michael Thomas 30 December 2011 at 15:52  

Thanks for sharing, I will take a look. Northampton History is really important to me.

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Everything Goes Quiet is about places you don't want to go to alone, places that might be in your nightmares. A team of us go to places such as abandoned factories and asylums and photograph it's insides, we then give you all an online webtour of what is inside. There is no rules or standards here, you will see what we see and nothing will be hidden away.
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