9 locations were selected - representing the 9 letters of Isolation.
Most of the images were taken at the beginning of the day or during the winter, with some being taken at night.
Our brains and eyes used isolation to process the world we live in, which is why photographs need to isolate their subject and message in order to engage the viewer and trigger an emotional response.
In photography the process of isolation is instant, understanding this is a journey.
Copyright 2016 by Philip Carey - All rights reserved. This book may not be reproduced in any form, in whole or in part, without written permission from the author
Philip Carey is more a London image maker then a photographer, as he enjoys putting images in context with their history and location, and capturing and communicating London visually in order to see, know and understand it.
Philip is currently experimenting with different way of communicating London in a visual way that combine photography with other media to bring the physical and the digital/literal worlds closer together.
It contains over 80 different landmarks situated along the 26 mile route from Greenwich Park to Central London together with maps, descriptions and some additional information about Children with Cancer UK.
Donating only takes a few moments, but it makes a massive difference to young people so bravely fighting against cancer.
Please support Chris Carey’s fundraising London Marathon run for Children with Cancer UK, so that these children have the chance of living longer and fuller lives – a life which, when we are healthy, we so often take for granted.
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Enjoy the experience whatever your pace - because in a marathon, a 15-minute mile is just as long as a 4-minute mile