A long exposure, black and white photograph of the ferry landing stage at St Augustine’s Reach, Bristol Docks. Photograph by Gary Newman.
Panoramic colour photograph of Pero’s Bridge crossing the Bristol Harbour Docks. The bridge is an interesting structure, known locally as the ‘Horney’ bridge but named after Pero, a slave who lived in Bristol in the 18th century. The panoramic photograph is a full 360 degrees and assembled from the combination of 18 photographs.
An early morning photograph of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. In the background can be seen one of the mass balloon launches from the Bristol Balloon Fiesta.
A black and white long exposure photograph of Stonehenge in Wiltshire by Gary Newman. This photograph was the winning entry of the English Heritage Stonehenge photography competition. Check out other long exposure photography by specialist Gary Newman
A black and white long exposure view taken from the sea front at Weston Super Mare. On the horizon can be seen the island of Steep Holm in the Bristol Channel. ‘I Spy’ is another long exposure photograph by specialist Gary Newman that are on display at our high street Photography Gallery in Bristol.
Colour photograph of the Bristol Balloon Fiesta by Gary Newman. This international event has now been going more than 30 years, an event lasting four days which attracts balloons from all over the world and of course photographers for this very colourful spectacle.
“Into the Mist” a black and white photograph by Gary Newman of Marine Lake Causeway, Weston Super Mare.
A view across the beach at Minehead from a rock pool left by the receding tide. A very blue photograph by Gary Newman!
Colour architectural abstract photograph by Paul Green. Another unique perspective by Paul of part of the Cabot Circus development in Bristol. The symmetry, the colour and the reinforced concrete helix all containing the single young tree.