It has been a couple of months since I last visited my field. Previously, I had been going every weekend, however I found that it was difficult to notice transitions in such a short space of time. Therefore I decided to leave it for a while longer and plan which images I would be including in the final assignment. I have been using Adobe Lightroom to organise and edit my images. Another useful feature is that you can create a photo book, which is linked to Blurb. This means that it is easy to try out different combinations of images and layouts, because everything is easily accessible and in one place.
This morning, I was intrigued to know what had happened to the landscape. Having started organising the layout of my photo book, I had a good idea of the shots that I needed to fill the gaps. However, I also knew that I needed to keep an open mind to any new opportunities that may arise. Having spent a number of hours looking through my image archive, I have noticed that as well as transitions, there are also elements that are constant. For example, people use this public right of way to walk and cycle. Therefore I have photographs of footprints and tyre tracks in different seasons. This continuity is something that I hadn't considered when I first embarked on this study. However, it is something that I would like to include in my photo book.