2 comments on “Near the Mouth of the Hull 7

  1. Another brilliant one from this series Jessica. The image makes all sorts of questions pop into my mind about the unresolvable history of that chair.

    • I wondered about the story behind this too. There were actually two chairs, fairly new, too good to throw away. If you look closely you can also see the neck of a bottle sticking up from the mud close to the chair. On the riverfront, the old warehouses have been converted to flats with balconies. I wondered if there had been a row, and the bottle (maybe not empty) had been flung out first, and the new chairs were thrown after it in retaliation. [I am inordinately fond of “who-done-its?”]

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