:: The White Hart Inn ::
The White Hart Inn, Gt Saling Essex, The White Hart Inn, stands in a picturesque village of Gt Saling, north of the A120 between Dunmow and Braintree. Dating from the early 17th century, the pub has a traditional look and feel, enhanced by oak beams and a delightful galleried restaurant.
:: Ipswich Marina ::
Where once stood the warehouses loaded with merchandise from across the world. The New Ipswich Marina has mushroomed, with it's smart hotels, restaurants and apartments, bringing new commerce and industry to the town.
:: Bury St Edmunds Suffolk ::
Picture of the Abbey Gate, Abbey Gardens, Cathedral and Bishop of the Diocese.
Town Centre.Look up the Ancient History here. http://www.easterncathedrals.org.uk/stedmundsbury.html
:: The Round Church Lt Maplestead ::
St John the Baptist, or the Round Church Lt Maplestead, was built of the foundations of an older building in AD 1335
The original building belonged to The Order of St John of Jerusalem. The Knights Hospitallers.
This Round Church is one of only two remaining in use at the present day.The Temple Church in London, which belonged to the Knights Templars, and the chuch at Lt Maplestead belonging to the Knights Hospitallers.
The Interior of this church was very dull, with limited light coming though the stained glass windows. But thanks to the new technology of my Canon EOS 5D Mk II, I was able to shoot these pictures. Hand held @ ISO 5000
:: Canterbury ::
Canterbury a Cathedral City.
Canterbury has been a European pilgrimage site of major importance for over 800 years since the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170.
Today it is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in England. The medieval city centre bustles with famous name stores and exclusive boutiques while the picturesque side streets are home to smaller specialist shops, pubs and restaurants
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:: Oxford Spring 2006 ::
Oxford England. The University City of Cycles and Spires.http://www.oxfordcity.co.uk/
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Kenneth Chambers AMPA
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:: Spring at Finchingfield ::
The village has a population of about 1,300 with three types of inhabitants: those who have lived and worked in the area all their lives; those who have moved to the village to work locally or retire; and commuters. There are many societies and clubs in the village, including The Finchingfield Society, the Horticultural Society, the Royal British Legion and Finchingfield Cricket Club.
Finchingfield is regarded as a 'picture-postcard' village and one of the most photographed in England with a duck pond and village green surrounded by Georgian and medieval cottages; a church, St John the Baptist Church, which is on the hill; an 18th century windmill; three public houses; a hall; a primary school; a Post Office; a grocery store; and a doctor's surgery.
:: Castle Hedingham ::
Snowdrop visitor day at the Castle.
Visitors on the day are welcomed with a warming glass of mulled wine before they enjoy the atmosphere of the Garrison floor in the mighty Norman Keep and take a gentle stroll in the stunning grounds. Many varieties of snowdrops have been planted within the grounds since the 1900ís.
Details and history of this medieval Castle; http://www.hedinghamcastle.co.uk/
:: Childhood Revisited ::
Janette returns after a lapse of fifty years, to a Suffolk Village, where long Summer Holidays were spent with Granny.
All pictures Copyright Ken Chambers ARPS.
:: Photographs of Woodbridge Suffolk, The Town, Tide Mill and River ::
:: Thaxted Essex ::
For over 1000 years people have lived in and visited one of this country's finest towns. With its famous Guildhall, magnificent Church and restored Windmill set against a backdrop of Medieval houses it is considered the jewel in the crown of Essex.
Gustav Holst and Thaxted http://www.thaxted.co.uk/content/gustav-holst-0
:: Collection of my Dog Photographs. ::
Here is a composite gallery of copies of Dog photographs
Glossy A5 Photographs are obtainable of these images @ £ 10.00 GBP Each; Contact by email Photo@greymist.co.uk
A donation for each purchase will be made to the Royal National Lifeboat Institute RNLI.,Or The Essex Air Ambulance. Legal Notice; The Copyright on all of these images is strictly enforced. NO copying or Downloading is permitted. Kenneth Chambers ARPS,AMPA. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO OPEN THE GALLERY