During visit to Audenshaw reservoir, I also able to another series of wildlife images. However, these visual work proved to be more visceral and honest than any of my current wildlife images. In a sense, this felt more reminiscent of modern wildlife subjects, such as the work of Chris Jordan or Nick Brandt (although, less exotic).
What really impacted me from these images, was how brutally they’d be picked apart, often only finding parts of their head or wings. Although, this was an upsetting sight to see, I felt series itself formed a fairly distinct quality that was different from what I generally associated with standard wildlife images.
Overall, I feel that series was a success in producing more contemporary and topical representations of wildlife images.