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Moonlight, Mist and Phoneboxes - 22nd August 2005

A light mist is spotted on the way back from the pub on a Sunday night. It hangs over the field in front of the Cornwallis Arms, and so a return visit is made after having picked up the camera from home, a few hundred metres away. It seemed natural from then to do a few long-exposure photos of street furniture and passing vehicles, and some portraits of a lonely phone box (on the side of the A140) that is seldom used anymore.

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The moon's light struggles through the obscene barf-glow produced by the Eye Airfield industrial estate and Roy Humphries' yard

Patterns in the night, produced by waving a torch around

The mist on the field. The trees are lit by torchlight

The phonebox explodes with light

Streaks of light

Night-time phonebox

Nosher does a couple of self-portraits standing in the phonebox...

...just after this is taken, a police-car stops to find out what's occuring. It probably does look a little suspicious, after all...

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The moon's light struggles through the obscene barf-glow produced by the Eye Airfield industrial estate and Roy Humphries' yard