PURDY'S PIXS: A snapshot of everyday life in the Fens as seen through our staff photographer
MOST working days you ll find our photographer Brian Purdy out and about in Fenland towns and villages. Sometimes he will be snapping accidents, other times he will be popping into a school to take photos of an event, or on occasions photographing our cou
MOST working days you'll find our photographer Brian Purdy out and about.
His patch is our Fenland towns and villages.
Sometimes he will be snapping accidents.
Other times he will be popping into a school to take photos of an event.
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On occasions he will be photographing our councillors and civic leaders as they go about their daily business.
In coming weeks Brian will be out looking for life in the Fens.
- 1 Teenager, 16, threatened young couple with screwdriver in park
- 2 Abandoned mooring could cost £50,000 to replace, says council
- 3 Residents told 'not to approach' illegal encampment
- 4 Drug dealer hid £130,000 at home
- 5 Not breaking news: Vicar with a vision, illegal fishing, workhouses and fork theft
- 6 Lorry driver who died in B1085 crash named
- 7 Father murders daughter’s ex-partner in 'frenzied' multiple knife attack
- 8 Knife attack man jailed for 10 years over £20 'debt'
- 9 Wisbech nightspot up for sale for £410,000
- 10 Town rallies in fight for new hospital
Maybe you will be in the photo?
He will be working for life not so much in the fast lane but as it happens, here in Fenland.
The photos, though not necessarily out of the ordinary, offer a snap shot of our daily lives.
We hope you enjoy these moments.
His three choices for this week reflect an everyday spillage from a lorry in Wisbech, the first signs of spring in a Fenland village, and his wonderment as a lorry narrowly squeezed into a passageway alongside a march estate agency.