Portrait of Manchester. #4
THE HOTSPUR PRESS
This was quite a derelict looking building I found when me & Jack went for a walk yesterday, seemed as though someone was living in it though, as a women came out with a small travel suitcase.
“WHAT THE FUCK BIRMINGHAM!”
I love finding little things around Manchester that remind me of back home.
Portrait of Manchester. #5
Eric Lease Morgans beautiful skyscraper.
I love how it seems to be surrounded by masses of street lights.
Portrait of Manchester. #1
This picture defines Manchester for me, filled with different quirky buildings, walkways and doorways that you never know what you might happen upon.
(close to got ran over while taking this picture)
Portrait of Manchester. #2
I think ‘Palace’ encapsulates this whole picture. It stands out in a see of black and white(yellow).
The ally way this photograph was taken in reminded me of ancient Parisian streets.
Portrait of Manchester. #3
In a way this photograph didn’t turn out at all as i had hoped, in the bottom right corner Jack was riding along on his bike and the building was better defined. But in a way the darkness make it stand out a whole lot more with speckles of light along with the sky.
Once we burst into James’ room to find him in bed playing on his PC.
His only words to us were, “You’re going to have to keep quiet, I’m managing the Rangers.”
Eliot noticed me taking a picture of him, so I had to then snap one of him while he was unawares.
I like the feeling of motion that can be seen with his mouth in mid speech and arms in an awkward position.
This Photograph was taken is the bathroom right across the hall from me after stealing a Malcolm X poster earlier that night. I don’t know what drew me to attach the Carlsberg can to the wall, but it has added a certain je ne sais quoi to it.
After looking at the photograph once it had developed I thought it had a certain amount of racial symbolism to it. The Malcolm X poster symbolizes the Black Power fight within a heavily white society, but there is also that small alcoholic stereotypical white group trying to bring the white power back into a society that no longer cares.