“Two and Seven” is an exploration and study of the Suffolk riverways and more specifically the River Gipping. The images present a meditative walk that was repeated almost every day throughout the winter lockdown. At the beginning the images were more of a second thought, quick snaps while I was walking the dog along the river each day, but it soon became peaceful, while taking these images I could switch off and think nothing more than what the image would be and how it would look. The name “Two and Seven” came coincidentally, all the walks that I did during the project I tracked, including the length, location and time. While researching the River Gipping, I found it was 27km long, and overall, I walked 72 miles over 27 hours so the repetitiveness of the 2 and 7 brought me back to the repetitive nature of the walks. 
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