This image was shot when I was still conducting my series of images for my book project. Although it didn’t make the final cut for my book, it did make it into my portfolio. I’m not entirely sure what changed for me about this image, but when I looked at it with the other Port Talbot images, it seemed to make sense.
There isn’t much to say about the image, just it’s a funny thing about photography (for myself anyway) that when I get bored of my photographs (a few, through too much looking) and some images become lost in conduct through projects and the such. Yet when you sift through, you come across some of the forgotten which surprise even yourself. I like that. After a numb process like readying a photograph, it reapplies that wonder and creativity and returns the images’s fortunes.