Here is Simon, in a static caravan, looking at an I-Pad. It was late evening and very cold, hence the glow of a vertical, one bar electrical heater. He is a Chef, working at Wiveton Hall, on the North Norfolk coast, and sleeps overnight in the caravan on site. I cut away the windows behind him, and replaced them with another photo I took eight years ago. I immediately thought of the picture when considering a background. It was purely instinctive. It is a shot through a Motel window of a sunrise over the Nullarbor in Australia. I was about to drive down the longest straight road (90 miles) in Oz; the Eyre Highway. (A2).
|Dimensions||59.4 × 42.0 cm|