Amongst, the tall skyscrapers lies a forgotten place touched only by spray cans. This is tramsheds – a shed for trams that lie unused and forgotten. It has all but vanished from the memories except for a few references and photographs. More than enough reason for me to explore with my camera.
The place is alive with kids practicing their graffiti skills. The images change as different groups of kids undo the previous groups works and add their own patterns. After a few months the same photograph will look entirely different as new patterns find their place.
I’ve read the place had been sold and is in the process of being demolished – for what I’m not entirely sure. Certainly, there’ll be a lot of kids seeking other places to graffitti.
This image is a HDR from 7 exposures and treated in Lightroom
Canon 5D2, 17-40mm L f4.0, shutter release and tripod