Description Late afternoon in Studland, Dorset. In the 16th century, Studland Castle was situated on the headland, but no evidence of any building remains, due to erosion. The name, 'King Harry's Rock' comes from a 17th Centuary pirate, Harry Pay, who regularly attacked merchant ships leaving Poole Harbour.
Romney Sycamore, Sevenoaks, Kent Member Since June 2008 Artist Statement Born in a small English Village in South Devon, my Father was an artist by profession. I was artistic too, but chose my first love of the violin and music and went on to study as a Scholar at the Royal College of Music in London, before becoming a professional violinist.
I went on to teach music and History but always loved Photography as a serious hobby and became a semi-professional photographer.
I find so much inspiration when walking in the English countryside, in all seasons, with my cameras.