Michael Sasse

My passion is for photographing the places and landscapes of England in all their great variety, including coastline, historic buildings, ancient monuments, industrial remains, canals and so forth. My interest in subjects such as geography, history and geology, have developed along with my fascination in recording Englandís many faces, and enrich my enjoyment of recording what I see.

I have been photographing for 37 years. For the first 31 years I used Kodachrome 64 slide film, images now converted to digital files, and I have been employing digital cameras since 2010.

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  • River Dove, Milldale, Derbyshire
  • Seaford Head, Sussex
  • Marsden, Yorkshire
  • Mosedale Beck and Stirrup Crag from Wasdale Head, Cumbria
  • Wroxton, Oxfordshire
  • Sheep on clapper bridge, Roughton Gill, Cumbria
  • St. Wulfram’s Church, Grantham, Lincolnshire
  • Wiltshire Downs nr. Aldbourne, Wiltshire
  • Tin mining remains – Botallack Mine, Cornwall
  • Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire
  • Avebury stone circle, Wiltshire
  • Autumn in Epping Forest, Essex
  • Fotheringhay Church and River Nene, Northamptonshire
  • Long Mynd, Shropshire – view from Lightspout Hollow to Caer Caradoc
  • Wool Cottage, Lavenham, Suffolk
  • Winter, Tunbridge Wells Common, Kent
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