My photography project is morphing with time.
First I decided to photograph house doors and make a social commentary on Dunedin with door photos.
But Dunedin has some very fine public buildings and as I viewed them through the lens I decided to concentrate on public buildings instead.
Then I discovered that the building opposite the station, a lovely old building in red brick built in 1896, was the Dunedin Prison so I decided to concentrate on that. It has had a varied history - from women's prison to remand centre to male prison and as far as I can tell it still houses nearly 60 medium term prisoners. Not for long though, as a new prison is being built south of Dunedin.
Then we had a lecture on photo manipulation, and my photos are morphing still.
Here is one of my products. This one is called 'Prison Fantasy'. If you can guess what you see through the door, add a comment and I will let you know if you are right.