I love this kind of photography. A mix between 'snapshot' and high end.
This series, Middle Class Utopia by Klaus Pichler,
focuses in Austrian allotment gardens in and around Vienna, called
‘Schrebergärten’. These tiny gardens were invented in the late 19th
century, mainly to provide space for the working class people to grow
their own vegetables and fruits. Over the time, the use of these gardens
changed and now they are mainly used for recreational purposes.