roots

By Luke Batchelor

The last couple of months have been pure chaos as I recently uprooted my life in a small town and moved to Bristol for University. In an attempt to find structure and spread some roots I did what I enjoy most and started taking photos. I left a camera at home so when I went back to visit I could take photos of my friends like I always do. These photos are mainly static and deliberately composed - a trope of the stability I feel at home. The Bristol photos are a contrast to this as they and are grainy, candid and chaotic.

PART 1: WINDSOR

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