Top row of photographs, reading from left to right and the church of St Michael, Chesterton is bathed in early morning sunshine, as snow lies on the ground. To the right of that, Manor Farm just after the snostorm of February 2009, which brought the heaviest fall of snow seen in the village for about 20 years. Top right and St Michael is shot from the West as the sun goes down in the Summer of 2009.
The middle row of photographs, again reading left to right, and the Beville Monument is lit by a Christmas candle on the evening of the 2008 carol service. To the right of that, close up detail from the Beville Monument. This is a famous monument, that can be inside St Michael, and it regularly draws visitors from the United States to see it. Middle right and harvest time 2009. This is what we are, a farming village! Nothing more, nothing less.
The bottom row of photographs starts off with a lovely rainbow captured shortly after a Summer downpour has finished. To the right of that, February 2009 and Jean Hillier's snowman...the head fell off later that day! Summer sunset follows that and bottom right, church bench in front of a hedge, with cross topiary!
All photographs were taken by myself.