Fourteen Black Photographs (1)

I made a post entitled Fourteen Black photographs some time ago. Along with a brief explanation. I posted all 14 photographs together with no real commentary on the pictures themselves. I’m going to post some of them individually along with a bit of an explanation.

14 (1)

This is a heavily manipulated shot of Old Compton Street in London’s Soho. It is the street that The Admiral Duncan Pub is in. This is taken close to the place where our appliance was parked on the night of the nail bomb. It looks towards the Admiral Duncan. When I took the original picture I blurred it by zooming the lens as I took the shot. This very much characterised how I felt on the night. The rush to deal with what was going on and the disorientating effect of the previous PTSD trying to intrude. This manipulated version does represent how I felt on the times I visited later in order to expose myself to the traumatic feeling as part of therapy.

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