As you may have noticed, those of you that are frequent visitors to my website, I am currently in the process of streamlining the galleries.
|George was a well respected gent who was an engineer by trade - his house is a little treasure trove and deserves it's own little gallery. Situated in the same village as The General Stores it has now been bordered up.||What a little gem this place is! Crammed full of all sorts of paraphernalia.||'Regina' is a bungalow of non standard construction. I came to the conclusion that the property was vacated back in 1999.|
|Joan was highly regarded in the shoe retail business in Norwich. Her shop was situated on St. Augustine's Street in the City. I had the pleasure of photographing her a number of years ago for a personal project - more on this on my blog page. The shop has been restored and still retains the name.||I have decided to dedicate a separate gallery specifically showing what this splendid Victorian Manor House has to offer - more to follow...||A collection of Farmhouses and Cottages along with some interiors containing some rather unusual paraphernalia.|
|Windows and doors of various shapes and sizes; this gallery contains some bold and retro designs of curtains and wallpaper.||Rusty Relics of a Bygone Era||This gallery contains a varied selection of images including churches, country houses and various other bits and pieces.|
|Back to black and white; attempting to recreate my passion for traditional photography from the days of the darkroom with the past magical experience of the image slowly appearing in front of you and the pungent smell of chemicals.||Chlorobromide photographs produced using traditional methods in the darkroom.|