I am working, very slowly, through my photographic archives, in order to try and catalogue my work. It is an overwhelming exercise given the large number of both film and digital images I have on a variety of hard drives. That said, it is producing some moments of memory.
These shots are from my first visit to the seaside art installation, ‘Another Place’ by Anthony Gormley.
I have lost the original film negatives and only have these small jpeg files and so these won’t be getting printed any time soon. Still, they give a sense of the place and of the movement of the wind that day. All shot from a tripod at longish exposures on a Mamiya 645.