Stonehenge, Guys & St Thomas’ and the Manacle Maiden…

Stonehenge, Guys & St Thomas’ and the Manacle Maiden…

New Imagery. A New Partnership

Here are few of the images I have worked on, some new and some older as I go through my work to help get images sorted for new partnership Capture and Create, a company set up with Photoshop expert and pro photographer Sue Chapman ARPS, CPAGB to give luxury photography retreats for our clients and for several upcoming projects including an exhibition, more on which a little later.

In the meantime here are few choice pictures from all the above and more recent work. I hope you enjoy them and remember to check back soon as I give more details of my upcoming exhibition.

Stonehenge

A recent visit to Stonehenge provided me with an opportunity to visit its new (and amazing) Stonehenge visitor centre and try to photograph the monument without getting anyone in the shot. The sun was sinking quickly into the cloud-covered west and storm clouds were piling in from the east. Here’s one of my shots.

Stonehenge in black and white, a photo by Doug Harman
Stonehenge at sunset with storm clouds.

Storm

Some of the recent inclement weather meant I a visit to the seaside at Folkestone’s Warren, trying to shoot some of the amazing wind-driven waves as they crashed ashore. Here’s a couple of shots that are my favorites.

A wave hits the concrete apron at The Warren, with Folkestone HArbour just visible in the distance Photo by Doug Harman
A wave hits the concrete apron at The Warren, with Folkestone Harbour just visible in the distance Photo by Doug Harman
Stormy sea at the Warren in Folkestone. Photo by Doug Harman
The sea rages, the Warren in Folkestone, with the East Cliff and its Martello Tower sky lined against the storm. Photo by Doug Harman

Guys and St Thomas’ CAncer Centre Arts Q&A

One of the images of a recent event shot for Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital Trust for its new Cancer Centre in the Hospital’s beautiful Atria 1.

Guys & St Thomas' Cancer Centre Art Q&A, photo by Doug Harman
Guys & St Thomas’ Cancer Centre Art Q&A, photo by Doug Harman

Take one Seat!

I enjoy street photography and on a recent visit walking around Folkestone Harbour I came across this seat; it’s one of the images that will be going towards my Capture and Create partnership as well as appearing in my exhibition..

 

The worlds most difficult chair to sit on. A recent street photography image and one of the shots that'll be going into my upcoming exhibition.
The world’s most difficult chair to sit on. A recent street photography image and one of the shots that’ll be going into my upcoming exhibition.
Manacle Maiden

Another image for capture and Create but one that i shot some time ago at Faversham’s so-called “Yard of Dreams” a boatyard near Faversham Creek replete with vessels in various states either of decay, decline or renovation. Here, the Manacle Maiden gets some much-needed TLC.

A workman works on a boat being renovated at faversham's "Yard of Dreams".
A worker fixes Manacle Maiden at Faversham’s “Yard of Dreams”.

Last But Not Least

A fun portrait taken in my studio just before Christmas and an Image I love. Both kids were playing and this shot made my day.

Reuben and Violet pose for their fun portraits
Reuben and Violet pose for their fun portraits

That’s it for now, more information on my exhibition will follow soon so watch this space or… Subscribe To My Blog Today

Regards to all, Doug.

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