Two front doors in the beautiful old fishing port of Cellardyke in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. One property is abandoned, with its letterbox open to the four winds. The massive old drainipipes are features in all the properties. On the old door, I’ve added a photograph of a little wading bird feeding on the mudflats in the harbour at low tide. A pale white gull flies overhead. I’ve painted on a pattern of sea shells to the roughcast on the white wall of the lived in house. Neuk is Scots for nook or corner.