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John Ware's Profile

John Ware

About Me


It is with great sadness that we inform you that John Ware passed away on 23rd December 2010. Photography was a major part of his life since he was a young boy. He never went anywhere without taking his camera and had a natural ability for composition. He won two Amateur Photographer competitions and for several years was a professional photographer.

Please enjoy viewing John's wonderful pictures of England, which remain on the site with kind permission from his wife Valerie. John's original profile can be read below.



Ever since I was young, I've always admired those pictorial-style photos that try to bring out the character of places, and still get a kick out of exploring the by-ways of the southeast from my home in North Kent whenever my wife and I have a chance.
I think that digital cameras (especially compacts) are a terrific innovation. They've made it much easier to produce well-exposed good quality images, so you can concentrate on the subject matter. I can simply pop mine into a pocket whenever I go out, much easier than lugging a bag full of gear around !

A selection of my latest pictures

Rainham Creek, Lower Rainham, KentA picture of Lower Rainham in the county of Kent
Low tide at Sharps Green, Lower Rainham, KentA picture of Lower Rainham in the county of Kent
Statue of Virgin and Child in Rochester Cathedral CloistersA picture of Rochester in the county of Kent
The Courtyard, Somerset House, WestminsterA picture of Somerset House in the town of London, in the county of Greater London
Old river barrier at Farningham, KentA picture of Farningham in the county of Kent

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