Border Patrol: Edinburgh’s suburban hedges – in pictures | Life and style

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During lockdowns, the border hedge gained new purpose, a metaphor for self-isolation and shelter. This series of suburban landscapes began in March 2020 during the permitted daily lockdown excursions in the ‘bungalow belt’ of Edinburgh and has continued. Stay-at-home notices may lift but our gardens show we have chosen to remain hidden from our neighbours, living our lives in privacy

  • Kieran Dodds’ first book Gingers was published in 2020

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Bourbiza Mohamed. Writer and Political Discourse Analysis.


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