I like to have places that I can go back to, over and over again.

There’s an ease about it, a sense of familiarity, of intimacy.

You don’t need to spend time with the getting to know you but can just flop straight down into hello, and how are you, and my goodness it’s good to be here.

Taking photographs from this kind of place, this kind of relationship, feels different too.

It’s more relaxed.

You’re not trying to ‘capture’ but simply to honour and express something of the way a place is looking:

one particular afternoon,

in a certain kind of light,

on a Friday after work,

in early June.