7th June 2023: Slow Ways – Hiking alone to one of Britain’s least-used stations

As part of my quarterly commission to create a Slow Ways story, I chose to walk from Great Yarmouth into the marsh and wetlands of Breydon Water. As part of my story, I created some artwork inspired by the experience after the walk

The full article, including the artwork, can be seen on the Slow Ways website 

“I cut out silhouette shapes of me, photographed on the walk, to expose on the papers over three days. Due to the variable and experimental nature of the process, the red poppy turned purple, from the buttercup and lichen a curved watermark has appeared, and the figure in the fennel is barely there: my silhouette has fully assimilated into the plantscape!
Whilst waiting for the Anthotype prints to sun themselves, I played with my gelli plate, to create some small postcards celebrating the Spring abundance and sweeping lines in the landscape. Eventually, my Anthotypes will fade away, as a non-fixed photographic process, but for a long time I’ll remember the abundant mayflower blossoms and vast skies at Breydon Water.”