Nick Eady.'s photos


  • Pontsticill Reservoir

    One from the other side. A bit of an ugly photo really, but fascinated by the engineering and architecture on display, living in Wales, will not be long before it is all submerged again, in all its picturesque glory.

  • Exposed Sinkhole

    I have never seen Pontsticill Rerservoir so low, first time I have seen the Sinkhole in all its glory.

  • The Abbey @ Waltham Abbey

    The Abbey Church of Waltham Holy Cross and St Lawrence is the parish church of the town of Waltham Abbey, Essex, England. It has been a place of worship since the 7th century. The present building dates mainly from the early 12th century and is an example…


  • Dinner for Spot.

    Venture into focus stacking a while back, revisited. Locust was dinner for my Sons pet Lizard at the time, Spot, I had great fun, watching him pick the other escapees around the house, much to the disgust of the Wife and Daughter. No locusts were harmed w…

  • Colin Baker Dr Who No.6

    Colin Baker, the sixth incarnation of the Doctor in the long-running science fiction television series Doctor Who from 1984 to 1986.

  • Vesuvius from Sorrento

    While it is miserable outside, thought I would look back at sunnier times, Mount Vesuvius viewed from Sorrento, and a house, with a pretty good view too.


  • Full Lady Chapel

    Completed in about 1280, the Lady Chapel is named in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of Jesus. In the centre of the reredos, the 15th century carved screen behind the altar, is a statue of Mary and the Christ-child by A.G.Walker, placed ther…

  • Clinging to Life

    Was extremely happy to have found these Mushrooms untouched, the area I normally search, had been destroyed by motorbikes, and for good measure, someone had damaged all the low level ones, hope they bounce back and the local farmer makes it difficult to a…

  • Prince of Wales Bridge

    The Second Severn Crossing will be renamed The Prince of Wales Bridge at a special ceremony later this year, Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns announced today. The renaming of the Second Severn Crossing, opened by Prince Charles in 1996, will mark…


  • Tree Dwellers.

    No one was going to get these Mushrooms, about 30 feet up in the air, only just spied them by luck, climbed a grassy bank, and got with a 70-200mm.

  • Quiet Space

    A quiet space, for contemplation and reflection, in a private knave of St Edmunds Church, Crickhowell.

  • Illuminating

    Illuminating, seemed an appropriate title for a photo of the lights in a cathedral :-)


  • Land Boat

    The sea front at Dungeness, down from the Lighthouses lies a section of beach littered with the remains of fishing huts and boats. This is a photographers dream.

  • Sharing

    A nice clump of undamaged Porcelain Mushrooms, sharing a tree trunk with some Ferns.

  • Porcelain Mushrooms

    Really liked how the Tamron lens rendered the Bokeh in this image.


  • Mono Porcelain Mushrooms

    Went for a walk out to my favourite mushroom haunt, it has been destroyed by motorbikes, leaving only a few Porcelain Mushrooms growing up the trees.

  • Battle Colours

    Out side St David's Chapel (also known as the Welch Regiment Chapel), above the entrance, are the battle colours of the regiment, spanning from 1792 to 1969,

  • Flower Power

    Will not deny, this is a totally composed shot, the mushrooms are real, Milk Cap, the moss and flowers are strategically placed :-) it was poetic artistic license.


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