Photographer Dawn Mander is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Socially Isolating in Blackpool’To see Dawn’s body of work, click on any image.





Blackpool, The Hardest Working Coastal Town in UK.

I have always loved Blackpool , the diversity of the town, the people and the visitors that fill the streets with color and noise.

Unfortunately in the past few months the town and everyday life has changed dramatically, leaving shops, arcades, amusements, our fabulous Blackpool Tower and three piers closed and shuttered. A very different town than springtime in 2019.

Hopefully this won’t last forever and Blackpool will be back to its usual vibrant self .

Having to recently travel to and around Blackpool on public transport I witnessed to same kindness and consideration from others as have always seen when the town is at its best and full of visitors.






All images and text © Dawn Mander



See also:

Out of Season

By Dawn Mander



Dawn’s Previous Contributions To Edge Of Humanity Magazine

Remembering Blackpool’s Small Shops

Amazing Graze Soup Kitchen – Helping People Get Back On Track In Blackpool, England

England – Street Photography

B&W Street Photography Essay – U.K.

Street Art Photo Essay – Blackpool, U.K.





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