Lest We Forget
Deep in the Dorset countryside is an isolated forest where in World War Two this unkempt area was used by the U.S.A. & U.K. RAF to hide aircraft, bombs and personnel. The remains of unexploded bombs, aircraft bunkers and accommodation buildings are still visible. Holes to underground bunkers indiscriminately appear underfoot. There is a quiet, eerie, sinister ambiance; secrets and tales of the horrors of war are held amongst the trees. This will all soon disappear as a holiday resort is planned for the whole site.
These Hipstamatic images aim to capture and emulate a sense of blurred agedness.
© Judith Jones.