13 March 2017

The English North-East coast as seen through the weather beaten and vandalised windows of the seaside shelters on the promenade.
These perspex windows start out as fresh clear panes, but through the effects of the harsh North-East weather, wind blown sand, and vandalism the panes slowly become opaque; reducing the view of the occupants of these shelters. The once familiar landscape is reduced to an abstract muted landscape viewed though the sea spray, scratched and painted graffiti, and other unidentifiable fluids and matter.
These window panes are replaced and the process of decay begins over again.