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A sepia toned mononchrome image of the Lancaster Bomber, Spitfire and Hurricane from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight in formation above my garden while aircraft were en route to a flying display

Garden Fly Past

It was a warm afternoon when I returned from a shoot at the coast and while I was cleaning my camera equipment I heared through the open patio doors to my garden the unmistakable roar of Rolls Royce Merlin engines. I looked outside to see three aircraft approaching from the East. I quickly fitted my

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Mablethorpe Dunes, Lincolnshire

On the Dunes

I live just a few miles  away from spectacular sand dunes which began to form during the reign of Elizabeth I. They have micro environments, an array of wild flowers and are home to deer and other wildlife; I have never photographed them! Why? Because they are on my doorstep and are overlooked in favour of more

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Right of Way, Hole of Horcum

Worth the Wait?

A summer Saturday in August the North Yorkshire Moors beckon, the heather will be in full colour. My mind is made up, the Hole of Horcum (a natural geological feature on the A169 between Pickering and Whitby) is my objective. The weather forecast is promising, changeable conditions with showers promises to deliver the quality of

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