Every place has its own poetry, chance and surprises. My job is to capture them at night, asleep under the moon and wake them up with colour. I adorn them with coloured lights to reveal their character and, using a long exposure, I bring them to a half-light. Here, the places are no longer just recorded, they are physically walked through, invested, interpreted, illuminated. The image is more than a snapshot, it accumulates time, condenses duration, superimposes moments. We reconnect with the true etymological meaning of the word “photography”. The photos were taken on 120 colour negative film with a Mamiya C330 camera.