Last June I challenged myself to shoot and edit an entire photo-zine in 24 hours. I had chosen a ten mile route across the city of Edinburgh that started in affluent suburbia and ended right by the Firth of Forth. For reasons unknown to me I attempted to achieve this in as direct a path as possible. By luck (and crafty use of Google maps) the city's winding cobblestoned streets and hemmed in closes did surprisingly allow it. That strange image at the top of this post is a representation of the route, which also acts as the front cover of 20 prints I made.
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