Aerographies companion piece

Here is an open-access companion piece to the Aerographies section in the current issue of the journal, with contributions from Jason Groves, Craig Martin, Ken Olwig, Mark Jackson, and Maria Fannin. It includes personal reflections, some beautiful illustrations, excerpts from related work, and links of interest.  You can read Mark and Maria’s introduction to the section, “Letting geography fall where it may — aerographies address the elemental”, again open access, here.

Untitled, Dungeness, photo by Craig Martin (2007)

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