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A project placed between Finsbury Park in North London and the rim of the Caspian Sea. Kodak developed a 35mm colour slide film (EIR Ektachrome Infrared) with long exposures that was then adopted for aerial photography. These images describe architectural bits and pieces that would travel great distance as a result of their sensitivity to infrared light. The project also hints at my thorough dislike for North London and wish to be somewhere far away.