Project: Hopes & Dreams

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I should preface this by saying I’m really not that interested in football, and find myself somewhat bemused by the wave of fervent excitement (and almost always dashed hopes) that wash over the nation every 4 years with the World Cup. But this year was a little different, for once our team actually did fairly well, and I found myself fascinated by the St. Georges flags that were suddenly popping up everywhere. The idea for a project sparked into my mind. So here I give you, Hopes & Dreams. A mini project documenting how England’s brief blaze of glory at the 2018 World Cup expressed itself in the windows, on the cars and down the streets of my corner of West Yorkshire. All shot on my newly acquired Pentax MX on a mix of Fuji Neopan Acros 100 & ADOX Silvermax 100.

   

Football did indeed for a little while come home.

1 comments on “Project: Hopes & Dreams”

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    Something about the essentially-Yorkshire architecture plus shooting in black-and-white gives some of these photos (and especially the sixth, I think) a somewhat bleak picture! Perhaps even moreso, given their publication after England’s eventual loss!

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