Walking Off The Grid: Retracing My Own Steps Circling Huntly Eight Times In Fourteen Days

Published by Deveron Projects
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Photographs documenting Michael’s time spent 14 days walking a 30 mile circuit around Huntly.

Michael was looking to reconstruct the geography of our landscape. His route took him from the Tin Hut in Gartly via the Clashmach, Drumdelgie, the Ashgrove Filling Station, Cairnie, Rothiemay, Kinnoir, Drumblade and back to Gartly. 

Michael Höpfner

Michael Höpfner is a walking artist from Vienna. Michael has walked all over the world, photographing his journey, as he moves slowly through unfamiliar territory.

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