About the Book
Imagine Hadrian's wall when first built. Six metres high and seventy odd miles long it was painted bright red on the Caledonian side. An' in your face' statement of intent. This is Rome so KEEP OUT! Not on quite the same scale, but never the less just as imposing, is the Red Fence of Amble. Struck by the sheer brazen, incongruous way several hundred metres of plywood fencing spanning the periphery of an industrial park has been painted bright red, this particular photographer tackles this spectacular edifice head on, no holds barred. Gloriously bright primary coloured images abstracted from the scene cannot be ignored in an unashamed frenzy of visual expression.