This was taken in the final location of our day trip to Sheffield, in a rather lethal building with rotten floors that felt squishy underfoot, but worth the danger as it was full of wonderful work from Phlegm, who had obviously had plenty of time to work undisturbed. Mark and I have our joint photography down to a fine art now, where he will shoot one subject in a particular location and I will shoot another, before we swap around with barely a murmur, working together in harmony.
One thing he mentioned whilst we were out was the fact that when photographing street art it is quite hard to shoot it in a different way to what has gone before, as every photographer will always want to record the entire piece and there are only relatively limited angles from which one can do this. When we got home later that day and he was showing me some of his shots on the back of the camera, I said “I’ve got one like that” ….. “oh, and that one!” ….. he said “what about this one?” and I replied “yup!” However, we do both process our images quite differently, so I am quite confident that although we were at the same place at the same time, what you will see on both our blogs will record a unique impression of the art ……….. I hope so anyway!