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Wells, Somerset

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CITY OF WELLS • MENDIP HILLS • SOMERSET LEVELS

Caroline Shipsey - Landscape Photographer

Mendip Roost, Priddy, Wells, BA5 3AR, Tel: 01749 671167 or Mob: 07769 278957

I've been an enthusiastic photographer for many years and have had some great experiences and success along the way. I'm a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society, my photos have been featured in 3 published books, and multiple galleries and shops successfully have sold my cards and prints. I've also undertaken a wide variety of commissioned work.

My goals include sharing my knowledge, to inspire and encourage people who need help to achieve their aims whether new to photography or more experienced - there is always something new to discover.

My personal photography is centered around the countryside - landscapes, flora and fauna, country life, traditional crafts and occupations, and my dogs! I just love nature, never ceasing to be amazed and inspired. I enjoy documenting life around the Mendip Hills area where I live, I continue to do this and value the contacts I make along the way.

All images are available for purchase from my website (below) as digital downloads - you can then have them printed according to your own requirements of size and finish.

Click Here to visit Caroline's website

  • View of the Mendip moorlands.
  • Wells Mayday Celebrations with maypole dancing in the Wells Market Place
  • Misty scene over the Levels.
  • Moorland scene with a lonely tree.
  • Misty morning on the Mendip Hills.
  • Take a walk through the wild Mendip landscape with gorse, ferms and dry stone walls.
  • And then our eyes met across the crowded field...
  • Relections in Emborough Pond.
  • Mist over the Levels with Glastonbury Tor in the distance.
  • Bluebell woodlands walk.
  • A tranquil scene on the Levels with cows and a swan.
  • A crisp misty winter morning on the Levels.
  • The art of thatching is becoming less common but the practice survives in Somerset.
  • This unusual practice of using horses to pull timber does little harm and leaves little trace in the Mendip woodlands.
  • Rebuilding of dry stone walls is an important activity on the Mendip Hills to maintain the field boundaries.
  • Dry Stone walls and cattle grazing in lush green fields on the Mendip Hills.
  • Harvesting on the lower slopes of the Mendip Hills.
  • Late afternoon sun creates lovely long shadows across the landscape.
  • View along the Mendip Hills towards Axbridge and the reservoir.
  • Mendip Hills covered in a thick blanket of snow.

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