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After seeing a selection of Toby Smith’s recent work Light After Dark in The Times this weekend, I was drawn to these shots of Ratcliffe On Soar.

Smith has visited every Power Station in England, shooting at night using long exposures to produce compelling imagery of something perceived as crude in reality.

I like the contrast in the aesthetic portrayed – our perception of what the structures stand for ecologically and our vast dependency on their source.

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