Walking South, taking a photograph facing West every five minutes – a journey through Bristol housing stock. What amazed me was just how suddenly urban Bristol stopped, and rural greenness began. There was no slow transition, one moment you are in a housing estate, the next on a lane enclosed on both sides with impenetrable green hedges.
Walking with a kitchen timer clipped to my belt slicing the walk into five minute segments. Odd looks from the few people I met.
My mobile phone getting hotter and hotter in my pocket as I track my walk on an App. Half way through the battery gives out, meaning I have to plug it into a battery pack. Now my pocket is extremely hot and very heavy.
Constant swapping between glasses and sunglasses to read the map, read the compass, look at camera controls etc. I forget if my glasses are on my head, clipped into my T-shirt or in a pocket.
Camera swinging round my neck.