Arnhel de Serra Photographs the Idiosyncrasies of a Country

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 3, 2012 • References: arnheldeserra & itsnicethat
Although a person can only wish that British culture was as quirky as photographer Arnhel de Serra makes it out to be, he has put together two brilliant series that captures a silly undertone to the country and its people. Titled 'Shows' and 'National Trust,' Arnhel de Serra provides an almost abstract look at events that are held dear to the hearts of English locals.

From the dozing elderly National Trust visitor to an adorably matching couple and dinner meals eaten in a cow stall, The Anglo–Spanish photographer lets his audience in on how he views the world on a daily basis. Arnhel de Serra's endearing work will be showcased as part of the London Festival of Photography later this summer. Stats for Quirky British Captures Trending: Older & Average
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