Rod Johnson

Rod Johnson

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Hello, I'm a self-taught photographer based in Staffordshire, United Kingdom. I've been capturing photographic images for many years, using film and digital equipment.

After several years working as a stock photographer, I now cater for print on demand sites, an art gallery and a photo library. My photographic interests are varied, but I specialise in landscape, nature and architectural subjects.

A wider range of my work can be seen at my personal website: http://rodsimages.com

Your interest is very much appreciated. Please remember that all my text and images are protected by copyright.

Best wishes,

Rod Johnson
 

All sets by Rod Johnson (33 sets)

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    Floral and Botanical (22 pictures)

     

    Fine art photos of flowers, plants, wild flowers, seed heads and aquatic plants.

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    Black and White (14 pictures)

     

    Fine art Black and White and Monochrome photographs of various categories.

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    Castles, Forts and Guns (7 pictures)

    Castles, forts and various fortifications and defences. Guns and artillery will also be included.

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    Winter Scenes (29 pictures)

     

    Winter scenes of the UK. These landscape fine art photos include images of ice, snow, frost and fog.

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    Cornwall (24 pictures)

    Coastal and landscape scenes from the English county of Cornwall.

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    Bridges and Viaducts (26 pictures)

     

    This set displays fine art photos of interesting or unusual types of bridge and viaduct.

    Bridges and viaducts are fascinating structures which provide us with vital communication links. They are built to span a river, or waterway, gorge, valley, railway, road or other obstacle and may carry pedestrians, a road, railway or in the case of an aqueduct, a waterway. There are several basic design types, with many variations and each one is unique. Some bridges have stood for hundreds of years.

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    Crosses (3 pictures)

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    Whitby, UK (22 pictures)

    Coastal and landscape scenes from the fishing port of Whitby, in North Yorkshire, England.

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    Inland Boats (15 pictures)

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    Churches (29 pictures)

     

    Fine art photographs of Christian churches, bell towers, spires, religious structures and churchyards, located in the UK.

    The parish church in Christianity has been fundamental to the life of the community. The styles of architecture and the size of churches are considerably varied, with many churches dating back to the Middle Ages.

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    Staffordshire Landscapes (16 pictures)

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    Signs (7 pictures)

    A collection of interesting or unusual signs.

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    Boats and Ships (47 pictures)

     

    The fine art photos in this set include a variety of ocean going vessels.

    Pleasure craft, fishing boats, fishing trawlers, yachts, sail boats, lifeboats, motor boats, are just a few of the vessel types to be displayed. This set will also feature coastal scenes of harbours and marinas.

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    Menorca (15 pictures)

    Landscape and coastal images from the beautiful Balearic Island of Menorca, Spain. Menorca is the second largest of a group of three islands off the east coast of Spain, in the western Mediterranean.

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    The Peak District (106 pictures)

     

    Landscape photos taken within the Peak District of England.

    All the fine art photos in this set were taken within the wider area of the Peak District, but most were taken within the the Peak District National Park. This national park covers an area of 555 square miles and is claimed to be the second most visited national park in the world. It covers much of north Derbyshire, parts of Staffordshire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, and also South and West Yorkshire.

    The area was designated a national park in 1951 and was the first national park in the United Kingdom. Much of the land is open to the public, there are lots of dales, ravines, steep hills, rugged outcrops, valleys and rivers. The land is criss crossed with public footpaths, bridleways and trails and the remains of ancient packhorse routes and packhorse bridges. The only town directly within the national park is Bakewell; there are however many villages and hamlets, and there are other towns just outside the national park.

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    Waterways (59 pictures)

     

    The fine art photographs in this set, show images of rivers, canals, waterways and marinas. Also included are pictures of various activities carried out on the water.

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    Coastal Scenes (71 pictures)

     

    Included here are fine art photos of coastal scenes, beaches, cliffs, harbours, marinas, headlands, piers, groynes, breakwaters, jetties, oceans, rock pools, boats and anything connected with the seaside.

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    Memorials, Monuments and Statues (12 pictures)

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    Isle of Wight Scenes (53 pictures)

     

    The fine art photos in this set, have all been taken on the Isle of Wight.

    The Isle of Wight is England's largest island and is 22 miles wide and 13 miles from north to south. The island, which is also a county of England is located off the Hampshire south coast, in the English Channel. The waterway which separates it from the mainland is called The Solent, and the county town of the Isle of Wight is Newport, which is located towards the centre of the island.

    The Isle of Wight was home to Queen Victoria and the poet Tennyson. King Charles I, was a guest at Carisbrooke Castle, before being imprisoned there in 1647-8, prior to his execution. A number of annual music festivals have been held there, including the Isle of Wight Festival.

    All around the island are numerous resorts and places of interest, which make it one of the most popular islands in the United Kingdom. It regularly attracts visitors from many overseas destinations.

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    Animals-Mammals (8 pictures)

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    Animals-Birds (13 pictures)

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    Clocks and Sundials (7 pictures)

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    Derbyshire Landscapes (14 pictures)

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    Lychgates (3 pictures)

    A lychgate is a roofed porch-like structure over a gate, usually built of wood and sited at the entrance to the churchyard. Many were built in the 15th century. The lychgate provided a temporary shelter where the clergy met the corpse, to conducted part of the funeral service before burial. Other spellings of lychgate are lych gate, lichgate and lycugate. These lychgates are often very attractive structures and a few are included in this gallery.

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    Sports and Hobbies (8 pictures)

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    Streetscapes (4 pictures)

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    War Memorials (10 pictures)

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    Architecture (41 pictures)

     

    Fine art photos of ancient and interesting buildings and structures, which show a variety of architectural styles.

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    Transport (6 pictures)

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    Sculptures (4 pictures)

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    Water Wells, Fountains and Features (9 pictures)

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    Medieval (2 pictures)

    Items relating to the Medieval period.