Monthly Archives: August 2017

Artistic Flatford Mill

Pt.,2  of my trip to Flatford Mill in Suffolk, this time I concentrated on trying to put a modern twist on photographing part of John Constable area. Flatford Mill lies in the heart of the beautiful Dedham Vale, on the River Stour, at Flatford in East Bergholt, Suffolk. The watermill itself is a grade 1 listed… Read More »

RSPB Wildlife Garden Flatford.

With the bank holiday weather being at it’s best for a good number of year’s, a friend and I  decided to take a trip to Flatford Mill in Suffolk. We decided at first to take a look at the RSPB Wildlife garden to see how its is shaping up, looking very good at this time of the year. RSPB… Read More »

Edwardian Pageant 6-8-17

It must be the first Sunday of the month, another days show at the famous Shuttleworth Collection. This time it was the Edwardian Pageant, well sort of, unfortunately the high winds put pay to the flying of the  Edwardian types, they never came out of the hanger. With a very strong line up of home-based and visiting aircraft… Read More »

Wing Walking At Shuttleworth.

A recent trip to Old Warden for the usual monthly show, this time it was the Edwardian Pageant. In this blog I decided to concentrate on the Breitling Wing Walking Team, this was the first time that I have photograph the team  at Shuttleworth wearing the orange colours of  Breitling. Aero Super Batics Ltd is a… Read More »

Countryfile Live 2017

A recent trip with a friend to Blenheim Palace, nr Oxford to take in the  Countryfile live event 2017. This year’s event hosted, by Charles Spencer-Churchill,12th Duke of Marlborough was set in the wonderful grounds of Blenheim Palace. With a large crowd of enthusiastic countryfile fans, as well as those that like the out door life were present for… Read More »

Creative Stamford

Had a recent trip to Stamford,lincs, to take in the Georgian architecture. Stamford is a town on the River Welland in Lincolnshire,92 miles north of London on the A1.It is the most complete stone town in England, with most streets unchanged over the centuries, with 600 listed mellow limestone buildings. Armed with my pocket size… Read More »