Normandie Region, France & Glencoe, Scotland
A look at the perspectives of travel.
Over a period of two weeks, I had the absolute pleasure of travelling around the Normandie region by motorcycle. En route, I would see some of the vastest green spaces I had ever seen. Such spaces that felt remote where I might not see another person for hours. The only reminder of civilisation being the structures that surrounded us or the distant hum of a train. Continuing onwards, I visited Cherbourg, a French port – something that felt comparable to that of Portsmouth. Finally, upon returning to the UK I headed to Scotland with two close friends. A surprise to us all was the glimpse of sunlight in Scotland on a brief tour of Glencoe, Fort William and the surrounding sights found on the typical North Coast 500 (NC500) motorcycle route.
This collection considers the varying perspectives surrounding travel – each photograph shows a slightly different view of a place from what you might normally see at home or away. I hope that in each photograph you can see a beginning of something and not necessarily an end.