Very surreal house on the Dungeness coast – with grounded old boat lying on the shingle beside.
Ashbocking Church is described as ‘one of those mellow red brick Tudor towers’ and had much attention from the Victorians. The thing I found most photogenic was not the red brick – but the plain windows and plaster!
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Detail of the 15th century ‘ramshackle’ stone porch at the church of St Lawrence, Little Waldingfield.
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I was lucky enough to help out on a fashion shoot in a wood in Ipswich yesterday, shot by John Ferguson (thank you John). A bit chilly for the prom-clad models. Such an interesting day – learnt a lot about artificial light, my first attempt at videoing the process and how expensive camera equipment is!! http://www.johnfergusonphotography.co.uk/category/studio-luxe/
My photo of Steve and Keith in Bonny Wood was used to launch the Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s campaign ‘My Wild Life’ – here it is. You can do your bit and get involved by adding your story or sharing your Wild Life if nature is part of your life by using #MyWildLife on social media such as twitter and facebook at http://www.mywildlife.org.uk/ …. http://www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/