1. Tim Dunn treks all over the world looking for miniature cities and towns.
It’s been an obsession ever since I had a part-time job at the Bekonscot Model Village in Buckinghamshire as a child. It’s a big small world; there’s even a trade organisation called the International Association of Miniature Parks - there are dozens of model cities open to the public all over the world.
3. He particularly enjoys finding abandoned miniature parks.
4. These photos show Himley Hall near Dudley, West Midlands.
5. The site was due to be flattened, but before the bulldozer arrived Tim and his brother got permission to photograph the tiny buildings and rescue them from the undergrowth.
There are even model villages built in private gardens. Some are complete worlds of their own, with made-up languages and architectural styles for their inhabitants.