The Clifton Observatory is the small tower on the left hand side which was originally a windmill built in 1766 to grind snuff. Unfortunately a few years later it was damaged in a gale and caught fire and then lay derelict until 1828 when it was refurbished to accommodate a camera obscura which is still…Details
Lots of photographers have taken lots of shots of the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol. Is this one any different? I would like to think so. Again, a combination of about 20 images make up this very high resolution photograph. This image is a signed limited edition image by Steve Townsend and is available for…Details
This is an HDR panoramic photograph of Millennium Square which is a public space at the centre of the At-Bristol development. The large stainless steel sphere in the corner of the square houses the Planetarium which is as much of an attraction from the outside as it is within!! Click the image above to view…Details
This photograph of Bristol’s most famous Clifton Suspension Bridge is available for sale as a signed limited edition print. The image has created a lot of interest when on display in the studio. It is made up of the combination of 20 photographs to increase both the detail resolution of the image and also the…Details
A photo down the Avon Gorge including the Clifton Suspension bridge taken from the river bank where the New Cut meets the River Avon at the end of the Floating Harbour.