Below are two of the three recent sales from Liz's gallery in Clapham. The first is a shot of spiders webs glowing in the late afternoon sunlight on the Messines Ridge, in Flanders.
The other photo is of a farm pond in Sussex, round the corner from V's cottage. It was shot at the start of a walk over the South downs. During the walk, V told me about a man and woman who used to leave romantic notes for each other in a 'dead letter box' on the top of the downs, by a fence post. They lived on opposite sides of the feature, and couldn't always manage to meet at the same time, so they left the notes.
(Both shot on Polaroid 665 b&w film using a NPC 195 camera.)