There is a story behind this post so bear with me.
Corah and Sons was a manufacturer of hosiery and textiles, located in Leicester. At one time it was the largest knitwear producer in Europe, and its products had a major influence on the development and prosperity of the Marks & Spencer chain of retail stores.
The whole factory survived over 150 years and it still stands to present day. When I saw it for the first time thru the lens of my camera I felt in love. I was on my 8-week photography course for beginners and we were passing by this abandoned building and I was blown away!
I have to go there! I need to take some pictures! I’ve never been so excited and desperate to do something so crazy.
By the very end of my course when we had to present our final project with specific theme I knew what I was going to do. I wanted to combine portraiture and architecture of Leicester. I had it so fixed in my mind and nobody could even dare to say it’s not going to happen. That wasn’t an option! I’ll tell you one thing – it was the most amazing and exciting thing I’ve done for a long time! I felt alive again.
I’ve found my escape to be me. Not a mum, cooker, cleaner, hairdresser. Not a business partner, dildo maker, entertainer just being myself and at this moment it’s the most beautiful feeling for me.
Even now my face is smiling cause I want to get back there to take some different shots maybe without a shirt this time…
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