We are delighted to announce that our talented PhotoGroup has just published it’s 2017 online exhibition which contains over 350 stunning photos from across the Chilterns, as well as other places in the UK.
You can view the exhibition by clicking here. It really is worth a browse.
We’re also thrilled that the latest addition to the Group’s ‘Special Collections’ is an album of photographs by Clive Ormonde who has devoted a lot of his spare time to conservation work in the Chilterns, including assisting with the restoration of Ewelme Watercress Beds and helping toads cross the busy A4155 road.
Clive first volunteered to work on conservation projects aged 22 and he has revisited some of these worksites, recording their features in superb photographs, many of which have been reproduced in books. His pictures are taken south west of Henley-on-Thames, an area which Clive has explored it extensively mostly on foot and on his bike.
You can enjoy this new photobiography, which also tells us a lot about its author in his extended captions, by clicking here.