Working from photos of old walls found locally and from around the world, I use one of the earliest forms of photography to create these prints. Put simply, a cyanotype print is made by brushing light sensitive chemicals onto watercolour paper, exposing it to sunlight through a full size negative to make a contact print, and then developing it in water. The result is a monochromatic photograph with evocative tones of Prussian blue that takes the viewer to another time and place. Ideas of memory or loss may be conjured by the deteriorating wall, but sky imagery is an opening to hope. This is a fresh look at old walls and ageless skies, walls and skies that tell a human story of passing time. It is a search for poetry and meaning in that which is overlooked and unremarkable, offering possibility and beauty in times of uncertainty.