Preston Photo Digest 02/11/11

Posted on - 2nd November, 2011 - 9:50am | Author - | Posted in - Photos

Here are this week’s offerings for the Preston Photo Digest, collecting the best photographs of Preston on a weekly basis


All of these images have been compiled from the Preston Flickr Group, but if you’ve got a photograph that you think deserves to be inclded, get in touch at joseph(@)

I’ll also be updating and including a map of Preston (you can see it at the bottom of this post) which I’ll pin all the photographs to. By the end of the year we should have a fairly extensive photo map of Preston collated from the best photographs.

First up is a great shot by Bernie Blackburn of the belfry inside St. Walburge’s Church. Bernie’s managed to convey a great sense of motion into his photo.

Photo by Bernie Blackburn

Next up is a good shot by Tony Worral of St Mary’s Church in Penwortham. Good lighting and neat exposure make this a nice photo.

Photo by Tony Worrall

Finally is a photo by Gill Lawson from Brockholes Nature Reserve food market, showing off some huge, tasty looking onions. You can see all the photos from previous Preston Photo Digests pinned to the map below.

Photo by Gill Lawson

View Photo map of Preston in a larger map

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