'Anting-anting' ('agimat' in Tagalog) is the Ilokano word for amulets or charms. They can be made of any type of material; sometimes they are printed spells or magical words. They are worn, sewn into the skin or clothes, tattooed, or otherwise carried. Angela Natividad describes some of her personal anting-anting collection.
What can transversing the land on foot and horseback while re-imagining a 14th-century knight's tale tell us about our relationship to the land today? Sara Hudston's series of images were taken in Horner Woods in Somerset