Simon Norfolk

<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Security lights and communications antennae at Camp Leatherneck.</i> 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>A security guard's booth at the newly restored Ikhtiaruddin citadel, Herat.</i> 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Ferris wheel in Afghanistan</i>, 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Fantasma en la ciudad</i>, 2007. Nogales, Arizona/Nogales, Sonora.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>King Amanullah's Victory Arch built to celebrate the 1919 winning of Independence from the British. Paghman, Kabul Province.</i></p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Wrecked Ariana Afghan Airlines jets at the Kabul Airport pushed into a mined area at the edge of the apron.</i> 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Former teahouse in a park next to the Afghan Exhibition of Economic and Social Achievements in the Shah Shahid district of Kabul. Balloons were illegal under the Taliban, but now balloon-sellers are common on the streets of Kabul providing cheap treats for children.</i> 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Collapsed avalanche arcading along the road up to the Salang Tunnel. This road through the Hindu Kush was a vital supply line for the warring parties and saw a huge amount of traffic.</i></p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Jaw Aka Faizal Nahman and his daughter Nono from Bamiyan Province, now living in an improvised plastic shelter in the ruined gardens of Darulaman Palace. Built in the 1920s to house the Afghan parliament, 'Darul Aman' translates as 'abode of peace'.</i> 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Yards supplying construction materials in the Nawabadi Guzargah district of Kabul, overlooked by American controlled electronic eavesdropping equipment on the summit of Kohe Asmai.</i> 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Kabul 'Pizza Express' restaurant behind the Kabul municipal bus depot.</i> 2010-11.</p>
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<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>A shelter against rockets and mortar attack, Camp Leatherneck, Helmand.</i> 2010-11.</p>
<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Some of the palletized, instant-build accommodation blocks at Camp Leatherneck, Helmand.</i> 2010-11.</p>
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<p><b>Simon Norfolk</b>, <i>Old biplane on a display plinth at the Exhibition Grounds in Kabul. Fighting birds are a source of great pride to Afghan men, but were banned by the Taliban as un-Islamic.</i></p>

Educated in England, did photojournalism then switched to more landscape-themed work. Has shot sites of conflict and technology.


time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

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