Sometimes the right juxtaposition of images can create a mood that a sole image would not do on its own. These photos were featured on a website that i visited recently, i then found this online catalogue of his works and these images here were in fact not part of the same series. Seeing these images surrounded by similar photographs, presumably taken in the same place and time, somehow detracted from their impact and were less provocative, and the dark mood they create now dissipated when found in their chronological context. So i guess my message is sometimes placing images together that were not taken at the same time creates more interesting effects than that if placed within their 'family'. Picking out a few photographs to place in a series, even if you took 100 photos, is better because they will not fade in a sea of 'sameness'.