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ENGLAND

My country, where I have lived for 60 of my 67 years. Stored away I have thousands of photos from 46 of those years but the ones below are more recent. In view of my love of travel I think we can safely assume there will be additions to this category over the next few years.

To buy a print, note the reference number and click on the link at the foot of this page. Obviously you will receive the print without the copyright watermark which appears on these pages.

Prints are available in the standard sizes and prices which are also shown at the foot of this page. If you would like a different size or a print on acrylic, please email me for prices.

Prints are sold as soon as payment is received. From that moment they are no longer available for anyone else to purchase. If you are interested in buying a print but not at the standard sizes, you can reserve this print by making a payment at the lowest level, i.e. 15. Once you have discussed your requirements with me, you can then make the additional payment and I will then process your order. This can avoid the disappointment of losing out if discussions take time. In the event of you deciding not to proceed, the 15 you have paid will be refunded to you.

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As a child, or more accurately a teenager, we always took the family holiday to Norfolk; a place called Southrepps to be precise. Each year there would be a trip out in a boat on a Norfolk Broad, father at the helm and mother telling him to make sure the boat wasn't leaking. For mother's 75th birthday, in 1991, ten years after father's death, my daughter, son and I took her out again and she thoroughly enjoyed it, while telling us to make sure the boat wasn't leaking. These first eight photos from England come from a trip in 2013 when my son took me out for a Father's Day treat. You'll be delighted to hear the boat didn't leak.

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This year, 2016, another son came over, with his girlfriend, from New Zealand, where he now lives. They spent five weeks in Europe and he particularly wanted to show Cornwall to his never-been-out-of New Zealand girlfriend. The first four photos are of Boscastle, probably my favourite of all Cornish places. A natural harbour, a stream running down alongside the only street in the village and a general atmosphere of peace and beauty.

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A mixture; two from Padstow, one from Port Isaac (everyone but me knew that is where Doc Martin is filmed) and a dusk view across the inner harbour, with the tide out, at St Ives.

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If you only see one thing in Cornwall, it must be the incredible Minack Theatre. Lovingly created by Rowena Cade and her gardener over a long period of time, the theatre holds regular performances every summer. Read about somewhere and go there. Oh, and while there you can look down on the stunningly beautiful Porthcurno Beach. Life doesn't get much better.

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Closer to my home is Dedham and Flatford, the original home of the painter John Constable. My first picture is as close as you can get nowadays to one of his most famous paintings, the Haywain, Willy Lott's House is still there but it would seem that the hay has wained.

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Also nearby is the old mill owned by Constable's father while Bridge Cottage, cunningly built near the bridge, was rented out to people who collected tolls from passing boats.

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Even closer to home is Brightlingsea where the tide is sometimes higher than expected, or indeed, wanted

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A green and pleasant land, a seaside pier, making the most of the sea that surrounds us and, possibly, the only boar's head tree anywhere.

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Sizes are in inches (cms in brackets) - all sizes approx.

UNFRAMED PRINTS

8 X 6 (20 X 15)
16 X 12 (40 X 30)
32 X 24 (80 X 60)

PHOTO ON CANVAS

16 X 12 (40 X 30)
32 X 24 (80 X 60)
40 X 30 (100 X 75)

Prices are shown in pounds sterling and included p&p.

UNFRAMED PRINTS

15
30
50

PHOTO ON CANVAS

60
90
120

Buyers from outside the UK should add a further 5.00 for postage and packing

Photos are available in other sizes and also printed on acrylic glass. Email for prices but see top of page about reserving a photo.

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