M35 Photography

 

 

About My Photography

I am a photographer based in Poole, Dorset, in the south of England.

I’m currently working on The Lower Parkstone Photographic Project, a ‘snapshot in time’ that is photographically documenting the businesses of Lower Parkstone/Ashley Cross in Poole, Dorset. The aim is to have an exhibition at the end of the Project, which will be the culmination of over 10 years’ work. During this time I’ve seen a huge amount of change as various businesses (and people) come and go, and some buildings have even been demolished and replaced.

I also specialise in botanical photography, music photography and editorial photography, working mostly across Dorset and the south coast.



2021 – Awarded RHS Silver-Gilt Medal – 6 photos displayed at the Saatchi Gallery, London

From 18th September – 3rd October 2021 a portfolio of six of my photographs will be on display at the Saatchi Gallery, in London. These are from my Poisonous Plants photographic project, which involved travelling over 2000 miles by car and on foot, through six UK counties.

Digitalis purpurea (common foxglove) photograph by Lindsey Harris

Latest Photographs

Dorset Pink Poppy Fields 2022

Dorset Pink Poppy Fields 2022

This year I had decided not to bother photographing any Dorset pink poppy fields. Having taken photos of opium poppies every year since 2015, I simply felt that I’d had my fill.

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Dorset Henbane – Rare, Poisonous & Vulnerable

Dorset Henbane – Rare, Poisonous & Vulnerable

Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) has got to be one of the weirdest looking plants there is, certainly in this country. Not only that, it’s highly poisonous, smells sickly sweet and only flowers biennially (every two years). Once seen, never forgotten.

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Dorset’s Wild Orchids 2022

Dorset’s Wild Orchids 2022

We are lucky in Dorset because we have what is possibly the best site for early spider-orchids in the UK. Ophrys sphegodes is also the first orchid to flower each year, heralding the start of the ‘orchid season.’ This year, I also found a woodcock orchid x Fly orchid hybrid, growing on a steep, Dorset hillside.

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