When the heat becomes almost unbearable in mid-summer afternoons, everything seems to stop for a while. However, there is some work to be done later on to maintain the facilities. The sprinklers start at 4pm, someone walks slowly through the garden taking care of plants, others clean up the floor inside the building. Maybe some guests will check in soon.
"2 to 10pm" is included in the Sound Photography project by Cities and Memory, which explores the relationship between photography and sound. More than 160 photographers and sound artists from 32 countries took part in the project, making it the largest global artistic interaction between photographers and sound artists.
Photograph by Tim Waterfield - Hotel grounds, Botswana. Cities and Memory © 2018