Description Port Isaac, Cornwall UKWas a busy coastal port from the Middle Ages to the mid 19th. century when it was an active harbour where cargoes like stone, coal, timber and pottery were loaded and unloaded.The Village of Port Isaac, was frequently used as a 'set' for filming the Poldark series, and 'Nightmare Man' where it was beautifully depicted albeit as a village in the Hebrides! More recently the Port Isaac has become associated with the TV series 'Doc Martin' ( in which Port Isaac was tranformed into the fictional Port Wenn) and the Film ' Saving Grace'. Doc Martin a British television comedy drama starred Martin Clunes
Keith Shuttlewood, West Sussex England Member Since February 2007 Artist Statement Early in 2006 I followed a dream, I gave up my well paying job aged 49 to pursue my dream. My dream is to expand my 30yr love affair with photography, I first used photography to record the many and varied scenes on my travels through a number of far away countries. As the years have passed I have begun to realize how important these pictures have become to me. They are my memories of the landscape and the people I have met.
My aim is to photograph the best scenery that the south of England and Scotland has to offer in terms of its light, landscape and nature. I was born in Kent but have lived in Sussex for the last 12yrs, although a special place in my heart has to go to the Highlands of Scotland for the incredible quality of light and the contours of the land and coastline. I am passionate about producing the finest quality photographs, and to achieve this I have attended quality courses run by Charlie Waite’s company "Light and Land" and Scottish based professional photographer John McKinlay.
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