Local resident and photographer John Callaway gives us a glimpse into Portsmouth’s hidden places with his stunning photography.This week, John takes us with him as he makes the ferry crossing across Langstone Harbour to Hayling Island.
An overcast day with the sun trying its best to break on through, threats of thunderstorms, and rain in the air. Always a good day to make the short foot passenger ferry journey across Langstone Harbour to Hayling Island and use the light to maximum advantage. I decided not to break the sequence of photos up, and there’s no narrative either.
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