Scenes of the county from our readers
PAUL RC READMAN These images were taken while I was walking along the John Ray Footpath between Cressing and Silver End. John Ray (1627 to 1705) was born in Black Notley and, known as the father of English natural history, he was the first to lay the foundations for the classification of all living things. The footpath takes you past Cressing Temple towards Whitehead Farm. My friend Ana Coelho and I have found in the years we’ve walked the paths around our village that no two days are the same. Every day there’s always something new to see.
ROBERT SMITH Living near Frinton on Sea and having a job that I have to get up early for, means I get to see the sunrise a lot, and in my mind there’s no better place to see it than Frinton beach. With my camera and drone in tow, I’ve been able to shoot some amazing photographs, which I enjoy sharing through this magazine. If you would like to check out more of my work, please visit rjsphotography.me.uk. There you will find more of my photographs, including my 2019 photographic calendar.