Oaklands College - photography students entries

Howardsgate. "My images look at the colour and detail of the monuments and statues of Welwyn Garden City."
Michael Abernathy
The Campus. "My images look at the colour and detail of the monuments and statues of Welwyn Garden City."
Michael Abernathy
"My photographs were taken out of a car window and concentrate on the effect of the light and rain on the glass."
Katy Biddle
Parkway. "My photographs were taken out of a car window and concentrate on the effect of the light and rain on the glass."
Katy Biddle
Parkway. "I feel this image really captures the natural beauty of our town and I think that is something many people forget."
Beth Rebisz
The subway between Bridge Road, John Lewis and Wigmores. "I just wanted to show a more original and new way of looking at a place in a perhaps not quite so conventional manner."
Lawren Salter
The Campus - John Lewis in backgound. "I just wanted to show a more original and new way of looking at a place in a perhaps not quite so conventional manner."
Lawren Salter
"I just wanted to show a more original and new way of looking at a place in a perhaps not quite so conventional manner."
Lawren Salter
View from WGC rail station footbridge. "I just wanted to show a more original and new way of looking at a place in a perhaps not quite so conventional manner."
Lawren Salter
Parkway. "Moonlit Fountain"
George Stewart
The Campus - John Lewis in background.
Louisa Veasey
Panshanger. "These images are taken around Panshanger air field and remind me of times spent with old friends."
Charlie Yusuf

Students studying photography at Oaklands College were invited to participate in the Welwyn Garden Heritage Trust’s Where Do You Think You Live? project. Their work was included in the Trust’s Summer Show held at Oaklands College in July 2011. The photographs have been added to the Trust’s archive.

This page was added on 04/04/2011.

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