Richard Gilligan captures the love that goes into make-shift skateparks

Posted in Art, Photography, Skating
By Sam Bathe on 26 Jun 2013

After putting down his skateboard in favour of a camera, for the last five years Richard Gilligan has been documenting the fascinating world of make-shift skateparks by and ever-resourceful bunch of skaters, in the absence of little help from local government. Rather than sitting around complaining, the time and effort people will put in so they can do what they enjoy is so impressive.

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