When photographer Stephen Shore moved to Montana in the early 1980s he didn't take a single picture of the beautiful plains and mountains of his new home for 2 years. His reasoning was that he needed that time to truly see and understand the landscape; to see how the light and land continually change and to get beyond the clichés and excitement of a new view. What then do you do when you only have a couple of weeks or in this case just a day?
The reality is when we go anywhere we take with us our experiences, view of the world, ideas of aesthetics or to put it simply; your biases. With that in mind, here are my biases as seen through a daytripper's view of the iconic Thamesmead Estate.