Wild Urban Growth

This is what took root in the mud patch in front on my flat on a council estate. Dandilions, bluebells, lime, daisies, serviced by a burgeoning colony of slugs, snails, beetles, and worns. It’s a vision of what the city could become if we just left it alone.

Just as well I photographed it because two days later some of the kids trampled the lot down. Nevermind, it’ll be back next year.


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