1. Just watched countryside and loved what you are doing. Sadly I think I’ve missed your visit to Hayling Island, where I live. My friend Jo (female) is a land volunteer, she drives the tractor. I will follow your progress with much interest. I love black and white photography, you have inspired me to get back out there with my camera. You mentioned there may be a revisit to Hayling, if so please advise as I would love to watch you. Great work. Jane x

    • Hi Jane, Thank you for your kind words. Planning to revisit Hayling in the autumn… Jack

  2. Keep up the great work Jack, this is a really inspiring project and one we’re following very closely here at Amateur Photographer magazine. Good coverage on Countryfile the other week too! Michael Topham

    • Thank you, Michael — that’s great to know. If ever you’d like to run a piece or hold a talk on the Project, you know where I am. Best wishes, Jack

  3. Love your photo`s. My step son is on the lifeboat in Ramsgate Kent. Will you be doing that station.

    • Indeed, every RNLI station. I spent my early years living on a boat in Ramsgate harbour, so looking forward to that station very much…

  4. What a great and inspiring project. There is something that the old techniques bring to photography that just cannot be captured using modern technology. I still dig out the 35mm kit every so often to have a play.

  5. Fascinated to hear of your project Jack and delighted to bring it up on Google here in New Zealand. All the best. Jo Ffowcs Williams

  6. Will the St Marys image from the Isles of scillys be added on here in the near future?

    • They will indeed, Luke — look out for them in the Galleries over the coming weeks… Jack

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