Below ground, at the Zeitz-MOCAA in Cape Town, run what they call ‘the tunnels’ – passages underneath the structure that housed the wheels and chutes that controlled the grain elevator. Spaced out at intervals along the passageways are low benches or tables, stacked high with prints of artwork, with an open invitation to everyone to take one.

With Rob and me, that made two, which are hanging now in her workroom, here in Johannesburg.

The tunnels make for some interesting images. With their almost monochromatic tones, most would look good in colour or in black and white, so I’ve done these in both.

Again, shot with the Leica D-Lux, processed in Lightroom and in Silver Efex Pro or Colour Efex.

Posted by Glen Fisher

Writer, photographer. Education and skills consultant.

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