I spend a lot of time travelling on busses and trains. Looking out of the windows provides a unique view of the surroundings which is detached and dispassionate, a different reality. You see places that you may walk through on different days, or that you may never be able to access.
About the project
This mini-project came out of this. I often carry old point and shoot cameras round with me when massing about and testing film, so I started shooting out of the windows of buses and trains when I traveled.
The weather is most often grey round here, and even when not it seems to take on that feeling out of the window of a bus. The relatively slow shutter speed of these cameras creates a feeling of movement. Where are you going today..? Continue Reading “Through Moving Windows”