Like vital arteries these access and service passages exist in every town and city. For me, they are a sort of backstage, an opposite to the often sparkling and gleaming front of house that they serve. Like multi-story car parks, warehouses and subways I find myself attracted by their unremarkable and ubiquitous nature. Maybe the challenge is to find some interest in these mundane but essential pieces of banal infrastructure.
All photographed at ƒ8 and ƒ11 with an exposure of 1 to 2 seconds. Shot with Contax S2 & Carl Zeiss Distagon T* ƒ2.8 28mm lens on Kodak Portra 400 film.