Beau­ti­ful Es­sex

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Essex Life - - BEAUTIFUL ESSEX -

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.

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