Computer art – Grace Slick out of Jefferson Airplane. Hand traced photo, Illustrator
Mum’s house and her beloved garden in Abbotts Anne, Hampshire
A beautiful sight
Stunning scenery on this amazing walk
Early morning skies at this beautiful location.
Great day out, amazing plants
Love the texture and the dappled light falling on the wood.
We had a few of these at Paxman Diesels in Colchester. I loved the colours and the buzzing of the sparks – reminded me of a scene from Frankenstein.
What beauties! I love their perfect, solid shape
Amazing shot by my lovely wife at BECKENHAM Place Park
Lookout – art installation on the Southbank
Loved the framing of this image
You could feel the electricity in the air – Camberwell, SE London.
Morning mist in the trees
Who needs acid!
I liked the framing and sense of depth in this tranquil, early morning scene at Hylands Park, Essex
The beauty and sense of awe is staggering – and it’s free to enjoy; if only we would stop and open our eyes!
‘Please Sir, can I have some more?’
The sky over Les Baux-de-Provence
Amazing rock formations
The view from our veranda.
Great view from the Southbank
Love the colours of the clearer sky reflected in the glass.
‘Be the sky in which thought clouds can dance’ – Jeff Foster
A wonderful night out on the Southbank at the Tate and under Blackfriars Bridge. I love the atmosphere in my favourite part of London. What’s you favourite part or city?
My adorable Nephew at Kentwell – an annual Tudor reenactment where participants live like Tudors for a week in the grounds of a large Tudor mansion in Suffolk. He loved his time there – a life changing moment in his young life
He was a travelling ‘player’ for a week. They even speak the Shakespearean style language of the time when ‘on duty’.
Only in Essex! This was shot in Maldon and my grand-daughter added the hearts!
Reminded me of a Martin Parr style image.
Don’t trip over onto these little beauties, best not climb over them at all.
I was drawn to this image by the unworldliness of the landscape created by the spikes, patterns and shadow on this bridge in Chelmsford.
I was fascinated by the rythm created by these leaves on a pond in Writtle. The distribution of colour and shape is seemingly random, yet the texture is uniform
We owe everything to nature’s ability to create order from chaos.
Took this shot in situ – no extra lighting, just sunlight hitting the doll at just the right angle and lighting up the head! I didn’t even move its position to get this shot.
What features in your worst nightmares?
Grandchild meets Mika the cat for the first time. A magical moment captured. I created this using a photoshop filter.
We captured this couple preparing for a Halloween party at the Soho Theatre club in London . . .
A wonderful day- love the jewel-like quality of the frost and the jet black water below
A live photo-shoot
Captured just before he took off
So glad I captured this magical moment!
These were shot using a Canon 700D with macro lens. I loved the clarity and depth of field of the the lens.
Braintree market on a Wednesday morning. Competing banter entices shoppers hoping for a bargain.
A great day with a great friend
Taken at Heybridge Basin in Essex with my good friend Helen Cherry.
Hinchingbrooke Park – beautiful and vast area; this park is full of photogenic treasures.
Creative Colony – a collaboration of Staff, resident artists and student at Chelmsford College, Essex. My contributions: