In physical chemistry, when a material becomes ‘passive’, it is creating an outer layer or shield material in order to strengthen and preserve. When exposed
to the environment, bronze undergoes a series of chemical reactions that gives the shiny metal a pale green outer layer called a patina, which renders the metal less reactive and gives it protection.

- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
- Matt Thompson - Malta & London based Photographer -
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