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Mary Fletcher | Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven is a popular location for photographers on the Southern tip of Cornwall. Here the Atlantic waves shape the coastline and smooth the huge pebbles on the beach.
Mary Fletcher | Wave Explosion

Wave Explosion

A wave literally explodes on the beach at Porth Nanven, Cornwall
Mary Fletcher | The Great Porthleven Storm

The Great Porthleven Storm

An enormous wave engulfs the beach at Porthleven and reaches unprecendented heights. Porthleven frequently bears the brunt of the North Atlantic storms.
Mary Fletcher | Porthleven Storm

Porthleven Storm

Enormous seas batter Porthleven in a storm.
Mary Fletcher | St Anthony Head Lighthouse

St Anthony Head Lighthouse

St Anthony Head lighthouse stands at the entrance to Falmouth Harbour and warns ships of the dangers of this rugged coastline.
Mary Fletcher | Dramatic Coast

Dramatic Coast

Taken from Poldhu Beach this photograph captures the drama of waves crashing against the rocks and cliffs of Cornwall’s rugged coastline. The sun’s rays add drama to this scene.
Mary Fletcher | Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

The iconic trees on the A30 as you come into Cornwall over the Devon border.
Mary Fletcher | Gathering Storm Clouds

Gathering Storm Clouds

A stunning shot of storm clouds gathering over St Ives Bay in Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Tallship Tecla

Tallship Tecla

The Tecla was once build as herring drifter. A fishing vessel that would roam the North Sea for weeks on end to fill her hull with barrels of herring. The Tecla was build in 1915 as a ketch sailing ship, build without engine or other propulsion except her sails. The Tecla fished for 5 years and survived the first world war when many fishing vessel came to an end by bombing. But in 1920 she was layed-up and neglected.
Mary Fletcher | The Wave

The Wave

A spectacular wave hits the harbour wall at Portreath, Cornwall. This area it popular with surfers…not today!
Mary Fletcher | Cape Cornwall and Brisons Rocks

Cape Cornwall and Brisons Rocks

A simple black and white digital painting of one of my original photographs.
Mary Fletcher | Gateway to Dartmoor

Gateway to Dartmoor

Taken from a small farm track near Minions, you can see right across to Dartmoor, in the middle ground is the bright colour of a rusty corrugated iron roofed barn
Mary Fletcher | Dramatic Cornwall

Dramatic Cornwall

Cornwall has one of the most dramatic coastlines in the United Kingdom. Pictured here is the view from Pendeen lighthouse looking towards the old mine workings of Geevor. The spray is being whipped up by a strong winter wind coming off the Atlantic.
Mary Fletcher | Arthur at Goonhilly

Arthur at Goonhilly

Goonhilly Earth Stations first dish, Antenna One (dubbed Arthur), was built in 1962 to link with Telstar. It was the first open parabolic design and is 85 feet in diameter and weighs 1,118 tonnes. After Pleumeur-Bo dou Ground Station (Brittany) which received the first live transatlantic television broadcasts from the United States via the Telstar satellite at 0H47 GMT on 11 July 1962, Arthur received his first video in the middle of the same day. It is now a Grade II listed structure and is therefore protected.
Mary Fletcher | Hartswell Heavy Haulage

Hartswell Heavy Haulage

Hartswell Heavy Haulage is a Burrell traction engine restored to it former glory, Photograph taken at Stithians Showground during the steam rally 2015.
Mary Fletcher | Dramatic Lake District

Dramatic Lake District

Dramatic skies are a common feature of the Lake District, here the sun was out, but the skies threatened rain. The weather can change very quickly here.
Mary Fletcher | Falmouth from Flushing

Falmouth from Flushing

A moody image of Falmouth taken from the fishing village of Flushing, Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Falmouth Harbour

Falmouth Harbour

Falmouth harbour is a busy place in the heart of Cornwall. Yachts sit on moorings overloooked by the pretty townhouses.
Mary Fletcher | Portreath,Cornwall

Portreath,Cornwall

Portreath Beach is known for it’s spectacular seas. The cliffs around it are steep and the waves hit with the full force of the Atlantic.
Mary Fletcher | St Ives, Cornwall

St Ives, Cornwall

St Ives in Cornwall is a very popular tourist destination. The tiny harbour is home to a number of small boats.
Mary Fletcher | Coral Reef of Fowey

Coral Reef of Fowey

Coral Reef of Fowey, FY167 moored alongside the harbour wall in Porthleven, a sepia effect added from one of my original photographs.
Mary Fletcher | Against a Brick Wall

Against a Brick Wall

Fishing boat PZ260 lies alongside the harbour wall in Porthelven Harbour Cornwall. A sepia toned effect added.
Mary Fletcher | Emma's Tree

Emma's Tree

Emma's tree stands alone in the middle of a farmed field within the Crown Estate of Patshull, Shropshire. This image is also available in black and white and colour, please email admin.
Mary Fletcher | Frosty Oak Trees

Frosty Oak Trees

These beautiful old oak trees grow on farmland near Burnhill Green, Shropshire. The area is popular with walkers and these trees are an iconic sight. This image is also available in black and white and colour. Please email admin
Mary Fletcher | Lone Tree

Lone Tree

This lone oak tree stands in a hedgerow on farmland in Shropshire, the area is popular with walkers. This image is also available in black and white and colour, please email admin.
Mary Fletcher | Frosty Hedgerow

Frosty Hedgerow

A frost laden tree stands proudly in the middle of a hedge. Taken on farmland near Burnhill Green, Shopshire. This image is also available in black and white and colour, please email Admin
Mary Fletcher | Emma's Tree

Emma's Tree

Emma's tree stands alone in the middle of a farmed field within the Crown Estate of Patshull, Shropshire. This image is also available in sepia and colour, please email admin.
Mary Fletcher | Emma's Tree

Emma's Tree

Emma's tree stands alone in the middle of a farmed field within the Crown Estate of Patshull, Shropshire. In the distance you can see some of the beautiful private houses that sit within the Crown Estate. This image is also available in black and white and colour, please email admin
Mary Fletcher | Frosty Oak Sepia

Frosty Oak Sepia

This beautiful frost laden oak tree stands within Crown land near Burnhill Green, Shropshire. The area is poplar with walkers. This image is also available in colour, please email admin
Mary Fletcher | Three Oaks

Three Oaks

These beautiful and majestic oak trees sit in a field on Shropshire farmland. The tree is an iconic landmark and popular with local walkers. This image is also available in black and white and colour - please email admin at lens2print
Mary Fletcher | The Mighty Oak

The Mighty Oak

This beautiful and majestic oak tree sits in a field on Shropshire farmland. The tree is an iconic landmark and popular with local walkers. This image is also available in black and white and colour - please email admin at lens2print
Mary Fletcher | Frosty Oak

Frosty Oak

This beautiful frost laden oak tree stands within Crown land near Burnhill Green, Shropshire. The area is poplar with walkers. This image is also available in colour, please email admin
Mary Fletcher | Three Solitary Oaks

Three Solitary Oaks

Three oak trees taken in rural Shropshire. This image is also available in sepia, please email Admin who will be happy to help
Mary Fletcher | Trees in the Mist

Trees in the Mist

Beautiful oak trees stand out in the mist on a cold frosty day. This image is digitally painted using pencil and charcoal in black and white.
Mary Fletcher | Study of Trees

Study of Trees

These stunning trees are in a field on Shropshire farmland. This image was taken on a very frosty walk in mid winter. This image is also available in black and white and colour. Please email Admin.
Mary Fletcher | Trees in the Mist

Trees in the Mist

Beautiful oak trees stand out in the mist on a cold frosty day. This image is digitally painted using pencil and charcoal with a sepia tone added.
Mary Fletcher | Zebra and Antelope

Zebra and Antelope

A digital black and white painting of a zebra and antelope resting near an acacia tree in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, East Africa.
Mary Fletcher | Walking home

Walking home

A young African lad walks slowly along the waters edge in quiet contemplation. Behind him the Mombassa sea sparkles in the late afternoon light. This has a painterly effect added. Black and white.
Mary Fletcher |  Elephant Calf

Elephant Calf

A beautiful (and cute) baby elephant orphaned and being cared for in The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) Elephant Nursery in Nairobi.
Mary Fletcher | Fighting Zebras

Fighting Zebras

These zebras were fighting for dominance and were attacking each other with some ferocity. The fight went on for some time.
Mary Fletcher | Oak Alone

Oak Alone

A lone oak stands in a field in rural Shropshire ona cold frosty day in winter.
Mary Fletcher | Black and White Tiger

Black and White Tiger

The tiger is the largest living cat species and a member of the genus Panthera. It is most recognisable for its dark vertical stripes on orange-brown fur with a lighter underside. It is an apex predator, primarily preying on ungulates such as deer and wild boar.
Mary Fletcher | Mariquita

Mariquita

Mariquita sailing downwind during the Falmouth Classics 2012. This beautiful classic 19-Metre gaff cutter designed by William Fife III and built in 1911. Sepia and grain effect added.
Mary Fletcher | Mariquita

Mariquita

Mariquita, meaning ladybird in Spanish, is probably the last 19-Metre in existence. Here this beautiful classic yacht is racing in Falmouth Bay.
Mary Fletcher | LT 472 Excelsior

LT 472 Excelsior

Excelsior is an authentically restored fishing smack of the Lowestoft fishing fleet . She was built by John Chambers of Lowestoft in 1921 and worked until 1936 before being converted into a motor coaster.
Mary Fletcher | Pershore Abbey

Pershore Abbey

Pershore Abbey , at Pershore in Worcestershire, was an Anglo-Saxon abbey and is now an Anglican parish church, the Church of the Holy Cross.
Mary Fletcher | Quiet contemplation

Quiet contemplation

A Catholic monk looks quietly at the memorial garden in the ground of Cologne Cathedral which is situated right next to the busy modern centrail railway station.
Mary Fletcher | US Army Jeep

US Army Jeep

A digital impression of an old US army Jeep from an original photograph of mine.
Mary Fletcher | 1934 Truck

1934 Truck

An artistic impression of a light haulage truck circa 1934. This image was created from an original image of mine.
Mary Fletcher | BSA Motorbike

BSA Motorbike

BSA motorcycles were made by the Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA), which was a major British industrial combine, a group of businesses manufacturing military and sporting motorcycles. This is a pencil and ink drawing from one of my original images.
Mary Fletcher | David Brown Tractor

David Brown Tractor

David Brown Tractors began in 1936 when Harry Ferguson and David Brown entered a partnership to make a small agricultural tractor powered by a Coventry Climax engine at the famous David Brown Park Gear Works in Huddersfield. Very soon David Brown had introduced his own engine and had secretly begun plans to market his own tractor; the writing was soon on the wall for the partnership with Ferguson. This drawing is a didgital representation of one of my own images
Mary Fletcher | US Army Trucks

US Army Trucks

Two US army trucks side by side in a field. A sepia painting created from my ordginal image.
Mary Fletcher | Vintage Massey Ferguson Tractor

Vintage Massey Ferguson Tractor

An artistic impression of a Massey Ferguson tractor. in sepia. This image was created from an original image of mine.
Mary Fletcher | GA Carlyon Thames Trader

GA Carlyon Thames Trader

The Thames Trader was a range of trucks manufactured by Ford UK built between 1957 and 1965. This is a black and white drawing of one of my original photographs.
Mary Fletcher | 1946 Ford 8 Van

1946 Ford 8 Van

This 1946 Ford van was used by Tregunna builders in Cornwall. A black and white drawing of one of my original images.
Mary Fletcher | Lizard Lighthouse

Lizard Lighthouse

The Lizard Lighthouse is a lighthouse at Lizard Point, Cornwall, England, built to guide vessels passing through the English Channel. It was often the welcoming beacon to persons returning to England, where on a clear night, the reflected light could be seen 100 miles away. A pencil and texture created from my original image.
Mary Fletcher | Castle in the Mist

Castle in the Mist

Schloss Drachenburg is a private villa in palace style constructed in the late 19th century. It was completed in only two years on the Drachenfels hill in Königswinter, a German town on the Rhine near the city of Bonn. Baron Stephan von Sarter, a broker and banker, planned to live there, but never did.
Mary Fletcher | Ranger J Yacht

Ranger J Yacht

Harold Stirling Vanderbilt funded construction of Ranger, and she was launched on 11 May 1937. She was designed by Starling Burgess and Olin Stephens, and constructed by Bath Iron Works. Stephens would credit Burgess with actually designing Ranger, but the radical departure from conventional J-class design was more likely attributable to Stephens himself.Geerd Hendel, Burgesss chief draftsman, also had a hand in drawing many of the plans.
Mary Fletcher | J Class Yacht Lionheart

J Class Yacht Lionheart

This beautiful superyacht is a replica of a ship that was never built. These beautiful and elegant superyachts often grace the seas off Falmouth, Cornwall. This is a hig key black and white image of this magnificent yacht (also available in colour)
Mary Fletcher | Lionheart and Velsheda

Lionheart and Velsheda

Lionheart racing Velsheda in Falmouth Bay.
Mary Fletcher | Victorian Cottage

Victorian Cottage

An old Victorian cottage, note the bath tub hanging on the wall outside!
Mary Fletcher |  Wild Cat

Wild Cat

The Grumman Wildcat was an American carrier-based fighter aircraft that began service with both the United States Navy and the British Royal Navy (as the Martlet) in 1940. First used in combat by the British in Europe, the Wildcat was the only effective fighter available to the United States Navy and Marine Corps in the Pacific Theater during the early part of World War II in 1941 and 1942.
Mary Fletcher | Lulu Belle

Lulu Belle

Produced in large numbers the P-40 or Tomahawk, Kittyhawk or Warhawk as she was also known, was a ruggedly effective and potent fighter. Supplied to the air forces of America, Britain, Australia and New Zealand, the P-40 fought with distinction in every theatre of operations. In Europe and the Western Desert against the Germans and the Italians as flown by aces such as Billy Drake and Neville Duke of 112 Squadron, RAF. In the far north, P-40’s fought with distinction in the Aleutian Islands off Alaska, as well as in the island-hopping Pacific campaign against the Japanese. They were the main weapon in the China-Burma-India campaign and the aircraft was immortalised by the famous American Volunteer Group, better known as the ‘Flying Tigers’, achieving 297 confirmed kills.
Mary Fletcher | Helford Reflections

Helford Reflections

Reflections of the beautiful village of Helford in Cornwall. This photograph was taken on a peaceful winters day.
Mary Fletcher | Polzeath Surfers

Polzeath Surfers

Three surfers returning from a days surfing on Polzeath beach, Cornwall. Polzeath is a very popular beach for surfers, body boarders and swimmers.
Mary Fletcher | Misty Morning

Misty Morning

A misty morning in the Penryn River, Cornwall. Boats lie quietly on their moorings in the mist.
Mary Fletcher | Moreton-on-Lugg

Moreton-on-Lugg

The River Lugg having burst its banks during heavy rainfall just before Christmas 2019
Mary Fletcher | Truro Cathedral at Night

Truro Cathedral at Night

A beautiful shot of Truro Cathedral at night. Truro is one of the youngest cathedrals in the UK and looks spectacular with the lights and reflections of the river alongside it.