About the Book
A photographic account of village communities as seen through the camera lens of Duncan Davis
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Feb 18, 2010
- Tags Northumberland Durham, Duncan Davis, Black Bull Inn, Black Bull, Marley Hill, photography, villages, photographs, travel, Capheaton, Frosterley, Weardale, Ireland, Auvergne, Venice, agriculture, Newcastle, pit, coal, mine, pitmen, ponies
Advertising photographer Duncan Davis along with his wife Diane have created a pub in the North Pennines which mirrors themselves. No compromises, eccentric, welcoming and quirky with a capital K. What else would you expect from a man who plays drums for the Three Steps to Hebburn. It is a gathering place for artists, musicians, actors, eccentrics and all who appreciate individuality. They regularly escape to their traditional narrow boat and join friends along the canal system of Britain. Read about these adventures in "Braunston and Back." Or, in "Minor Roads through France," join them for a leisurely drive to Agen in a 1955 Morris Minor to skiffle with Earl Grey and the Charwallahs. Better still visit them at the Black Bull Frosterley - "Diary of a Weardale Pub."