We live our lives following a labyrinth of paths. Paths that are guided by meaning, belongingness, belief,
the subconscious, restriction and dreams. We often pass through them with little thought bar the destination. 'Where We Pass' is a photographic reportage that narrates the paths we travel through everyday, bringing to life the places we often think we know all too well and challenge its exploration.
Over the planted conifers,
Next to ploughed open fields.
Miraculous creatures of forty or more,
Whirling and circling before their bedtime calls.
Far-flung are these oceans of green,
Featureless horizons of repeated scene.
Once the harvest was a joyous of thing,
With corn dollies, fiddles and farmers that sing.
Now it seems there is little time for chat,
Pressure for more has put a stop to that.