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Where the Leaves Fall Magazine Launches

In September, Where the Leaves Fall was launched, a magazine created and curated in conversation with OmVed Gardens. Exploring humankind’s interaction with nature, WtLF is stories, profiles, essays, photography and art from global contributors. The magazine explores three key themes per issue and hosts regular photography competitions.

“Our contact with nature has been broken. The environment that most of us are born into is mainly brick and concrete. The animals that we share this space with are largely pets or pests – the spider climbing the wall lost in our territory. The fridge buzzes quietly in the kitchen, full of the industrialised and processed produce it’s keeping cool. Our lives, thoughts, consciousness, become overwhelmed and consumed by the digital world that we connect with through a range of different sized screens. Our wonder at the natural beauty our planet presents to us is one step removed by the screen resolution and detail of the image.


Without that contact how can we really understand the impact of the decisions we make as people and governments? How can we even truly understand ourselves as a part of nature? Born out of and informed by a series of conversations held at and with OmVed Gardens, Where the Leaves Fall is a magazine that explores humankind’s push-pull relationship with the natural world.”

David Reeve, Editor, WtLF


The magazine is available at the following UK outlets:


Artwords – Broadway Market, Artwords – Rivington Street, Barbican News, Camden News, Charlotte Street News, Common Wanderer, Diptesh, Fulham News, Good News, Ideas On Paper, La Biblioteka, Magalleria, Magazine Brighton Ltd, Magazine Heaven, MagCulture, Magma – Manchester, Prit News, Rainbow News, Rare Mags, Regent News, Rococo, Shreeji, Thrive News, Unique Magazines, Village Bookstore & WH Smith Selfridges

The magazine hosts regular photography competitions in partnership with OmVed Gardens. Check out the WtLF website and the OmVed instagram for further details.

The magazine has been nominated for Stack Magazines Launch of the Year.