About the Book
One day in the autumn of 2010 I stepped on to the beach in Dungeness, Kent. The sky was heavy in layers of black and bright white. Occasional bursts of sun picked out the artefacts that looked as if they'd been planted on the shingle in this surreal place in the UK. This book is a photographic record of my recent, successful submission for a Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Jan 05, 2013
- Language English
- Tags black and white photography, Olympus Trip, nuclear power, nuclear power stations, holiday homes, Royal Photographic Society, Monica Weller FRPS, Dungeness B, film camera, film, Dungeness, Kent, Fellowship, FRPS, Distinctions, landscape
Monica's Post about: The Outer Hebrides: copperknobconnection.wordpress.com Monica's India Blog: monicaweller12.wordpress.com I am a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society (FRPS), a photographic judge, a member of the RPS Licentiateship, Associate and Fellowship Panels and have exhibited my photographs widely. I have held a one-woman show at the RPS HQ in Bath, England and won awards from both the RPS and the London Salon of Photography. I began a freelance journalism course in 2000 and have had articles published in the Financial Times, Daily Express, Daily Mail and numerous magazines. I was on the editorial team for the Royal Photographic Society's Portfolio One, Two and Three. I am the co-author of 'Ruth Ellis, My Sister's Secret Life', which is available on Amazon, and is about the last woman to be hanged in the UK in 1955.