Professional photographer Stephen Cotterell comments:
“Kriss Lee saw a bike, apparently leaning against a train (Narrowboat). Many people might have simply quickly snapped this with their phone.
“Lee clearly demonstrates how to ‘see’ the photograph. His picture includes eye-pleasing leading lines, strong compositional elements and good exposure of a difficult-to-photograph snow scene. Who wouldn’t be proud to create this photograph?”
Stephen's amazing work can be found here http://stephencotterell.com/
this image was part of a contest to depict the beauty of the Hackney and Lea Marshes, the place I refer to in my annual calendar as "Hackney's Hidden Paradise" Photographs by the winner and the 11 runners-up will be published as a 2015 calendar.
they will also be in a travelling exhibition
The Save Lea Marshes exhibition will run at the following locations
Waterworks Centre, Lammas Road, Lammas Road E10 7QB, from Wed 2-Wed 30 April 2014. http://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/nature/nature-reserve/waterworks-nature-reserve-midd/
In June it will move to the Black Cat Café, (the defunct Pogo), 76 Clarence Road E5 8HB, http://blackcatcafe.co.uk/
Then to the Eastern Curve Garden, 13 Dalston Lane E8 3DF, http://dalstongarden.org/
And then the Vestry House Museum, Vestry Road, Waltham Forest E17 9NH. http://www.walthamforest.gov.uk/pages/services/vhm.aspx
Photographs by the winner and the 11 runners-up will be published as a 2015 calendar.