I arrive at The Snapery—a bakery in Bermondsey, South London—first thing in the morning, but I’m worried that I’ve already missed the action. Walking towards the door, I pass a delivery bike on its way out and when I enter, just a few loaves of bread are left on the racks. “I would shake your hand but I’m covered in flour,” says Richard Snapes, The Snapery’s eponymous founder. “We’ve been here since 2 AM so there aren’t many baked loaves left, but come on in. We’re still shaping some bread that’s about to go into the fridge.” The remaining loaves after a morning’s work at The Snapery bakery in Bermondsey, South London. All photos by the author. Already seven hours[…]