When reviewing my research journey, I have noticed that the view from my lounge window has an astonishing resemblance to a slum outside Port-au-Prince.
It was raining quite badly and the entire valley was covered with a thick layer of condensation and trapped moisture in the air.
The image of Torquay is dark, gloomy, wet and almost monochromatic.
The photograph of Port-au-Prince is highlighted by the hot sun, which emphasises the colours of the environment.
Both were shot roughly at the same time of the day.
I find it very surprising that despite both destinations being densely populated, there is no sign of humans.