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I recently discovered a little gem in the heart of the Essex countryside. The tiny village of Greensted is home to St. Andrew’s Church, which holds the…

I drive through the village of Littlebury whenever I head northwards from home, and have been intending to stop at the church there for years. Today I finally…

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Cressing Temple Barns was my destination on 20th December, where I hoped to have an initial play with my hired tilt-shift lens. However, my plans were thwarted…

For some time now I’ve fancied having a go at some architecture photography using a tilt shift lens. Sadly, there isn’t a wide angle tilt shift lens for micro…

After my failed photographic efforts at Henham Church on Tuesday I had another, more successful, try today. This time I headed out into the countryside, to St.…

Not having to shoot something new every day has given me a little more time to think about what I really want to photograph and which techniques I might try.…

It’s so rare for me to get a Sunday off, especially one where the sun shines. All the planets aligned today, so I took myself off to Southend-on-Sea for a…

Located at the end of the 13 mile Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation Essex and contains the sea lock which joins the canal to the Blackwater estuary.

At Hatfield Forest in Essex England, three miles east of Bishop's Stortford. It is also a National Nature Reserve and a Nature Conservation Review site.

Phyllis Currie Nature Reserve, close to the village of Great Leighs Essex England. The site is owned and managed by Essex Wildlife Trust.

The World's Last Seagoing Paddle Steamer in the World. Currently cruising Southend , Clacton, Whitstable and the Forts that guarded London during the First…

Bridge over Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation canal near Maldon Essex England UK. This is a listed Building.

Great Wakering, Essex. 10th August. 7.35pm. I've never seen a hailstorm like it. If I'd known this was coming I'd have gone somewhere photogenic and set my…
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