Wherever We Live Now was written by Elizabeth Rimmer and forms part of her eponymous collection, though the poem lives under the title of “Visiting the Dunbrody Famine Ship.”

This film came while Alastair was concentrating on two other films, which were be part of a solo film, photography and glass show How the Land Lies in Edinburgh in spring 2012.

This is also a farewell to Kodak, of sorts, as there’ll never really be a goodbye embrace – entirely made from Kodachrome Super8, wildly out of date.

Thanks to Erstlaub for the sound design, a drone star.