By Savannah Stott

This photo was inspired by Richard Mosse’s colour infrared photography project ‘The Enclave’ where he took photographs in Eastern Congo. The purpose of his project was to photograph the war where 5.4 million people had been killed since the conflict begun.

I have tried mirroring the topic of war. I photographed the locations of where some of the bombs had been dropped around Buckinghamshire during the air raids of the Second World War.
The reason I imitated the colour infrared style Richard Mosse used is to reflect the blood stained tragedy of World War Two that affected this area.