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I write about what I think about while walking about with my camera.

Suspect substances love and large vegetables: it’s winner-takes-all in North East England

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A ghoul investigation in Matlock

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A Short Play



Gallantry Loses out as Glory Boy Wins the Smile

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Moth to a Flame? Or a Spider’s Web?

Move Closer and Discover the Real Essence of a Place

Seljalandsfoss, 60m high fall, Southern Iceland. Photo by Stephen Reed

What I learned from making this image

Hazy morning view over Kent, England. Photo by Stephen Reed

Commit this cardinal sin at your peril

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Photography project books are a great way to draw all of our senses into enjoying tangible photo stories and narratives

Book Front Cover. Photograph by Stephen Reed

Though I wish I could invent a Weird-ometer, or gain a 4th Dan Black Belt in Rudeness

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Do they add impact, focus and meaning, or distract, undermine and erode the stories? The photographer chooses but it’s someone else that decides.

Walking the Bridleway, King’s Wood, Challock, Kent. Photo by Stephen Reed

We all know everything including how to woo the opposite sex

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A Short Play

Stephen Reed

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