Today’s post was going to be the end to my working on the images for the Manchester Unity Building, but there is still one more I want to do and I ran out of time. I might use it in Friday’s post as my reworked image, as it is the same as another image, but rephotographed and reworked, so it fits that idea.
The other day I showed you images of reception, this is also the reception, but looking out. You see this when you are leaving. Some of this must be familiar to those that have been following my journey with this wonderful building.
When you get to the end you will have to take a look back behind you. Take a last look down the corridor of Dental Suites, suites that were once shops, then who knows what before being restored back to the way they once were.
I am feeling very melancholy, I will admit. I have loved working on this project so much, that I am kind of sad that it is coming to an end. I think my mood may be reflected in the images as well. They are darker, I think, than others I have done. I have been acutely aware of it all coming to an end and whilst I’ve been working very hard on the images, it isn’t a project that I have looked forward to ending.
Who could not want to work on images from this building. I feel so fortunate to have been invited and it has really helped me work out what I want to do. I want to do more like this, so if anyone else out there has a building like this and they want me to photograph it and make some fine art images of their building, then I am available for hire.