A self portrait at work in a City that never Sleeps.

This image was taken on the 25th Feb at around 9am in the morning of the start of a very long day, and as you can see, I was clearly hard at work. I’m sat in an improvised Ops room in a small corner of a base with the constant ringing of telephones, smell of diesel fumes, generator noise and the constant 24hr rush of men and women going about their jobs. It’s a small city in a (make believe foreign) land that never sleeps.

Welcome to a small part of Project Afghan.



About robgrimesphotography

Experienced and enthusiastic, I have a real passion for photography that I have gained over the years and that shines through in my pictures and my portfolio. I specialise in capturing those spontaneous moments that we otherwise could lose, either at your wedding or on a relaxed family shoot of your choice. I am always happy to talk about photography, so if you think I might be the right person to take your photographs then give me a ring to discuss your pictures, they are yours after all. Also a full time serving soldier in the Infantry in the British Army, but soon to be leaving the forces after Project Afghan finishes.
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2 Responses to A self portrait at work in a City that never Sleeps.

  1. Sorry all I read was ’24 hour rush of men’ and you lost me 😉

    T x

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