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Neil Richmond

What an amazing transformation in such a short time.
Let's have more of this in and around Newcastle - how delighted everyone would be, both residents to see their spaces creatively transformed, and visitors who'll probably come to see it.
Well done.

Carole Drake

I didn't get to the event, more's the pity, but looking at the photos above it appears to have been a wonderful, vibrant event, well executed, that has brought people together and raised some interesting ideas. I particularly liked the very simple image of the grass with the path, framed by the red and white architecture of the bridge. I like the formality of it, a very simple idea of laying turf on the tarmac, pleasing indeed... but also it reminded me of how modern garden design often has very architectural elements, simple and monumental, at Chelsea and the like, with engineering sometimes becoming a part of horticulture. It's tricky to see the details of planting in the potager bits, but it's there and it obviously inhabits the space very well. Seeing the pictures also reminds me of the fact that the kittiwakes are nearby, having taken up residence on urban cliffs... nice shot of the crocosmias and silver and blue plants against the bridge too. So well done to all involved. I hope it's repeated sometime in the future - perhaps as an annual festival... greening the city centre, celebrating the river? bravo!


Awesome pictures here. I like all. I never capture such photos. Great job done by you. Thanks for sharing with us.

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