the next in the series of IR inner city landscapes I’m uploading at the moment. All of these images were shot some years ago when a big brewery site in the innercity was demolished to make way for a new housing estate. The ruins were quietly spectacular and I had a wonderful time photographing the demolishon over a period of time. This particular image has come about due to a bit of lens flare caused by having the sun in front of the camera. I wanted that dramatic overcast sky behind the building and just as I shot it the sun came out and blasted me. It’s a pretty basic mistake but I love it. It’s these sorts of mistakes that make photography so magical to me.