During the last week, I've found these photos hidden inside books:
This enigmatic triptych was (or is it were? Is triptych singular or plural?) neatly tucked away in a large, 1950s pictorial tribute to the Everest expedition - an unlikely book to find them in, but perhaps its size was the deciding factor as the prints are quite large. I really like the first image, but the other two are a bit "A" level Art.
I particularly like the next photo, which looks as if it should be the cover of a Penguin 20th Century Classic:
The combination of the hedgerow, clouds and the strange pattern of the barbed wire make it the perfect image for a book like Undertones of War or Goodbye to All That.
Finally, a wedding:
It all looks perfectly fine, until you zoom in:
On closer inspection, the bridegroom looks like a condemned man, and the bride's family don't seem quite sure either:
I would love to know the story behind this picture.