A few weeks ago i wrote a number of posts about 9 young trainee airmen from the first world war, buried in a small village cemetary on the English/ Welsh border. I wrote their stories, as best i could and what happened to them.
Yesterday i went on a journey to what would have been their airfield, RAF Sealand North. Nowadays it is a thriving industrial estate but i am happy to report that the original hangars from that period are still there, rather well preserved as they are being used by businesses. These are the pictures.
I have been a professional photographer for over 30 years. My work has taken me all over the world, now in retirement, i am shooting for myself and sharing my work with you all. I suffer from health anxiety and find that my photography is a great source of healing. Some of my posts may veer off the path slightly but basically this is my life journey using photography to tell the story. Thank you for reading and if you would like to follow me you would be most welcome.
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