Gordon Stokes Photography



SORRY that the wesbite wasn't working for a while. It's now with a new host.
I'm adding sections slowly, so some links don't work yet - ones with grey backgrounds haven't been reloaded, and some bits within these may still be faulty.
Exhibitions, galleries, photo pages then transport is my planned priority for re-loading.
But you and your computers shouldn't come to any harm by trying them.


EXHIBITIONS
22nd September to 14th December 2018 (extended from 3rd Nov)
"Seascapes from Western Coasts and Islands"
The South Street Gallery at the CHURCHILL HOSPITAL, Headington, OXFORD
More about the Exhibition

I'll be exhibiting as part of an EDITH ROAD WORKSHOPS Christmas Open Studios on
Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December 2018 from 11am to 5pm each day. Click Here for more details

Below the menu are some recent photos, most of which are in the Churchill Hospital exhibition

Galleries and other sets of photos

Ones with brighter yellow background are new or updated. Grey still waiting to be reloaded


Churchill Exhibition Gallery

Cornwall Print Gallery

Scotland Print Gallery

Yorkshire Gallery

Winter Gallery

Woodland Gallery

Other sea and water

Other land and urban
The galleries (linked to from above) are new and currently being added to. I'm also working on versions that will be ok to use on a phone.

The pages below are various photo sets

New and Recent

Isles of Scilly

Cornwall

Outer Hebrides

West Coast Ireland

Mainland Scotland

Meadows, Fields, Bluebells

Experimental work

Sand

Greetings cards
Just testing - "Nothing to see here - move along please!"
Testing version for phones
"Nor here!"
Testing version for phones



Clicking anywhere below links to the Churchill Hospital Exhibition page
Lightly churned sea, Hell Bay, Bryher - This is used in the 'stirred up waters' Scilly page.


Samson from near St Mary's - morning sunshine


The Eastern Isles from near St Martin's - morning


Rocky outcrops between St Martin's and Tresco - hazy light


Sea colours from Samson - used in the 'sea textures' page.