Bit late posting this but the main chunk of my narrative project was taken when I walked on the North Downs Way from Farnham to Guildford with my friend armed with a hasseblad 501CM and canon E0S 650D. Through the 12 or so miles we walked I took four rolls of film and quite a few digital images. Here are some that I may use in my final series, will be a few more up soon.
In terms of how I am planning to use these images in making some sort of publication, as the photos I think would work best in a book format, showing this journey through the landscape photographing discoveries along the way, the combination of the man made and natural. To add more of a sense of narrative to the images I am using text from the Canterbury Tales, as the route from Farnham to Canterbury has historical connections with the route of pilgrims that travelled to Canterbury and the north downs way was likely a prehistoric trackway, developing into a route of traders taking an alternative and easy route east across England. It is this sense of history that I think will work well with the images taken today and supplement them with this added narrative.