Stephen Inglis is a photographer who lives high on the Eastern tip of the Mendip Hills in Somerset. His work contains examples of photographs which have been inspired by local legends and landscape, flora and fauna and the beauty of Bath’s Georgian architecture.
Let Stephen’s work take you on a photographic journey beginning by exploring Stonehenge through the seasons against a backdrop of changing skies. Then by way of contrast you can view some truly inspiring images of African wildlife taken at Longleat. Through the macro facility of his camera’s lens he reveals the delicate features of exotic plants, flowers and insects.
In landscape mode climb with him to the summit of Glastonbury Tor, view images of the nearby abbey ruins, the birthplace of Christianity in England and the final resting place of King Arthur. While Stephen‘s photography captures the rich and diverse heritage of this green and pleasant land his mastery of computer software enables him to migrate to unexplored dimensions creating dramatic and challenging new images.
Whether you choose to experience the excitement of fireworks set against a jet black sky or relax with his soft and sensitive portrayal of family pets you will find a freshness of approach linked with a unique individual vision in this collection.
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- Bath, Somerset, UK