I happened upon this abandoned barn while driving alone through the countryside of Derbyshire in June.
I don’t remember where it was: somewhere alongside one of the many roadsides that I traversed in my six-day visit to the Peak District. I spent those days driving alone, aimlessly, following my nose, my instinct, turning left or right as the notion took me, in a trance.
I photographed the barn in infrared at 590nm and processed it as faux colour. Usually, as the final stage of post-processing, I convert such images to black and white but, in this case, I kept it as faux color. I liked the range of yellow tones and flecks of red in the clouds; the colour elements seem to combine to bring out the pathos of the place.