The Colosseum in Rome

January 16, 2024  •  Leave a Comment
We recently had a short city break in Rome and I couldn't resist some sunset photos of the amazing Colosseum! The history of this place is incredible and we spent several hours touring the underground tunnels where the slaves/gladiators/animals were kept to the upper levels where about 50,000 people came to watch the spectacle. Building commenced...
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Quick info on Craft Fair dates 2023

November 07, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
Craft Fair dates in Nov/Dec 2023 Hi all Just a quick note of the Craft Fairs I will be at over the coming weeks: 1. 18/19th November 12-4pm, Leigh Pop Up, Leigh Community Centre, Elm Road, Leigh on Sea, SS9 1SP - free entry 2. 26th November 11am-3pm Cliffs Pavilion, Station Road, Westcliff on Sea, SS0 7RA - free entry 3. 3rd December 1...
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Another Happy Customer in Leigh on Sea!

October 26, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
It’s impossible to advertise all the options I am able to produce and I always encourage potential customers to get in touch to discuss their needs. I had a message from a new customer who wanted 3 large Black and White portrait prints of Leigh on Sea to frame herself. So I went through my collection, created a number of options in Black and White...
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2024 Calendars now available!

September 26, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
I’m delighted to announce that my Southend on Sea and Leigh on Sea 2024 Calendars are now available and ready to ship worldwide. Packed with high quality images from our beautiful local areas to stir the soul, these make an excellent gift or why not just treat yourself? As usual, these are double-A4 size when opened (a full A4 size image at the...
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The Mulberry Harbour - a piece of World history on our doorstep

August 24, 2023  •  Leave a Comment
Most locals of Southend will have seen these sunken remains that sit on a sandbank approximately 1.25 miles offshore (Thorpe Bay/Shoeburyness). Not everyone knows what they are. Well this unassuming structure has a piece of World history attached. This is part of a “Mulberry Harbour” which were hollow concrete “Phoenix” caissons that were built to...
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