Photographs taken in the Wallace Street ‘tunnel’ under the West Coast railway line. For a number of years Roger Farnham commuted from Glasgow to East Kilbride: the ‘tunnel’ was the half way point in his journey. He began taking a photograph each morning as he approached the traffic lights at Eglington Street.
In a similar way, Falk Weiß worked on his photographic series about ‘Scottish Caravans‘. While wandering through the Highlands, he encountered various incidental examples, which he photographed as he would old friends.
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