Photographer David Hurn has been studying the metamorphosis in Wales, the "land of his father", over a period of twenty years. His carefully observed photographs reveal both the traditional and the modern sides of the country. The strength of Welsh culture and history is represented by images of mine-workers with their pit-ponies, day-trippers on the beach, sheep-dog trials and horse fairs, brass bands, traditional singers, the chapel, and the eisteddfod. Alongside are modern developments: Japanese factories producing microchips and computer products, hamburger stands, discos -- even male strippers. Every picture tells its own truth, about life in Wales now and in the recent past, providing a distilation, in exquisite miniature, of the global change that is so inexorably a part of contemporary human experience.