Recently I feel I have improved a lot with my photography and also progressed a lot with my practice and ideas, I was also keen to get back out and explore some more. So we took a trip back to Rock Nook mill (Fothergill & Harveys) to have another look around, take some photos and look for further experimentation ideas… always scheming!
This time when I visited the factory, and also other more recent explorations, I have felt a lot more focused in what I wanted to take photos of and also a lot more able to do what I wanted with the camera. Since doing so much work, research and experimentation recently I was this time more interested in the details and strange left over traces of the buildings past life. Concentrating on how the process of direction has transformed this place from an everyday place of work to a strange and eerie ghost full of broken narratives and fragments and patterns.
Original visit to Rock Nook mill here:
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