Feral Houses by James Griffioen is an interesting project where he drew inspiration from living in Detroit and photographed some of the thousands of abandoned houses, almost in a feral state in the summer with nature reclaiming the buildings. The narrative is within the questions the decaying nature of the houses ask you as a viewer, why was the house abandoned like that, who lived there? The narrative is within what is not there, and this is an idea I want to explore in my project. The way it looks at the co-existence of the natural world and man made something I may explore as well. As my project looks like heading down the route of a journey like narrative with sound contrasting the landscape but I may slowly have more evidence of civilization after the initial narrative is an escape from a busy environment, as it slowly comes back to guildford from the North Downs Way.