In pictures: Environmental Art Festival gets under way

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An Environmental Art Festival is under way for the first time in Dumfries and Galloway with events being held at sites across the region.
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Organisers say they hope to run the festival every two years after its first edition.
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Alex Rigg is getting into costume for the Sporopollen performance at Clatteringshaws Dam.
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Japan's celebrated sculptor Ueno Masao is part of the event.
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A display of artist-made books in Gatehouse of Fleet is another part of the first edition of the festival.
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Artist James Winnett is creating a gravity-powered fountain which uses the energy from the Grey Mare's Tail waterfall.
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Katie Anderson is placing ceramic handsets containing recordings of local people's memories at the disconnected phone box in Clarencefield.
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The first edition of the Environmental Arts Festival runs at sites in Dumfries and Galloway until Monday.

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