The 8 Year Mission to Photograph 238 RNLI Lifeboat Stations on Glass
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Your photographs are incredible. Being an “Arty Farty” lady, I know talent when I see it.
Thank you so much, Sue. Great to meet you. Jack
Hi Jack. Great job (‘proper job’ in Cornwall of course).
We were in the Sennen Cove boathouse when you captured the crew and Tamar.
Met you in the car park shortly afterwards – you kindly invited me aboard to see the result of your visit.
We will hopefully see you at work again at Weymouth, Swanage, and Mudeford.
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Paul & Sue Richards, Christchurch.
Perhaps you might like to see my new facebook page – ‘Sennen Cove Lifeboat’ ?
I will give the project some exposure there. Hope it helps.
Great to meet you and hear you’ve subscribed — thank you for your interest and enthusiasm. Best wishes, Jack
Wonderful pictures. I think that the Forth Railway Bridge is very close to Queensferry Lifeboat Station? I bet that picture will be beautiful, when you get to there. I love the Forth Railway Bridge and imagine it would look absolutely stunning in this medium.
You’re right — it would look stunning. Stay tuned! Thank you for your kind words… JL
A truly inspirational project with images that are simply brilliantly captured for posterity. I am in awe and more than slightly envious. Rgds Duncan
Hi Duncan, Thank you so much for your kind words. Jack
Enjoyed watching your work on Union Hall pier this morning. Great pictures you are producing.
Thank you, Graham.
Fantastic work on your photography and a great site! I’ll look out for when the trinkets next become available.
Thank you very much, Ian. Some trinkets are available now…the only things out of stock at the mo are the keyrings, which may be what you’re after? Thanks again, Jack
Yes, I meant keyrings, at the top of the trinkets page. Thanks.
I have followed Jack for a while and luckily met him in Ireland as I was there same time he did Portrush portraits … today I was lucky to see my Station have their crew photographs taken and have a nice long chat with Jack.
The weather today was awful and it was a cold wet wait but the shot looked fantastic. I’m glad I got to see more of the process that Jack puts so many hrs into making these great shots.
I look forward to following the rest of the journey.