For my second collage, I decided to focus on the history of North Berwick. In the background, you can see the Auld Kirk and its dilapidated, cobbled walls, used to demonstrate the timelessness of place despite the actions of people. For example, today the Auld Kirk is signposted next to a tourist information desk and a cafe, but hundreds of years ago, King James VI had ‘witches’ tortured and executed there. By placing this in the context of present-day elements such as the ‘Bass rock in a mug’ and other such novelty features, I am emphasising the idea that people mould history but places stay still. I have instilled some modern elements to contrast to the old, maintaining the tourist aspect and theme.