Over the course of three months (from January to March 2018) I photographed each journey from home to work and back. The resultant still photographs (between 800 and 1200) were then laid on top of one another to create a composite image of each individual commute. Thirteen of these final composite images were then exhibited as close as possible to the route of the journey. Four of the final composite photographs were then analysed using an adaptation of Rose’s (2016) Critical Visual Methodology and visual semiology. The results of this analysis were then compared with personal audio fieldnotes in order to ascertain how effectively the photographs document and communicate my lived experience of each journey.