BRIAN WELLS

"Ruins capture the viewer's imagination with their ability to tell stories; they are a window into human histories, silent rooms with dust covered furniture, discarded objects that have been left behind and a smell of mustiness lingering in the air echoing a past long gone.

I feel that one of the most powerful aspects of a ruin is the subject that's missing in the photograph - the people who once lived and worked in these places - their presence can still be felt."



Captured using a Rolieflex T Brian's images are printed on archival heavyweight paper and are available in 40 x 40 black or oak frames at £95.00 or unframed at £49.50 smaller prints, cards and his fascinating book "Norfolk in Ruins" are also available.

Flushes With Blushes
Flushes With Blushes
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Wallpaper, Strawberry Hall
Wallpaper, Strawberry Hall
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Disused Pnone Box
Disused Pnone Box
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Wallpaper Bessingham Manor
Wallpaper Bessingham Manor
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Aga
Aga
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Condiments
Condiments
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Caravan, Smallburgh
Caravan, Smallburgh
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