Budding photographer captures the beauty of wanted land between Bourne End and Wooburn Green

Slate Meadow captured by Nathan Stone

Slate Meadow captured by Nathan Stone

Slate Meadow captured by Nathan Stone

Slate Meadow captured by Nathan Stone

Slate Meadow captured by Nathan Stone

First published in News Bucks Free Press: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A BUDDING photographer has attempted to capture the beauty of wanted land near his home, as he emphasises the land is too stunning to lose.

Electrician Nathan Stone has taken many pictures of the former green belt land, which his home backs on to.

Slate Meadow has been included in Wycombe District Council's local plan as an area for proposed development. 

Mr Stone said: “Taking pictures is just a hobby; it is something I do in my spare time.”

He added: “Slate Meadow is such a beautiful place it would be such a shame if it was all developed on.

“It is full of foxes and deer; it would be such a travesty if that was all lost.”

One of his pictures shows how saturated the land can get when there is heavy rainfall, whilst others show more of the picturesque landscape.

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5:02pm Tue 18 Mar 14

KrissieJS says...

beautiful pictures, hope there will be enough opposition for any development.
beautiful pictures, hope there will be enough opposition for any development. KrissieJS
  • Score: 6

9:47pm Tue 18 Mar 14

J B Blackett says...

Lovely sunsets in that area.
Lovely sunsets in that area. J B Blackett
  • Score: 4

10:13am Wed 19 Mar 14

Victoria K says...

Mr Stone, do you think you could come and photograph opposite my house on Hammersley Lane, where WDC are also proposing to build houses.
Mr Stone, do you think you could come and photograph opposite my house on Hammersley Lane, where WDC are also proposing to build houses. Victoria K
  • Score: 2

10:33am Wed 19 Mar 14

riddell says...

Very simple, but great photos!

Paul.
www.photographybyrid
dell.co.uk
Very simple, but great photos! Paul. www.photographybyrid dell.co.uk riddell
  • Score: 2

2:33pm Thu 20 Mar 14

BucksComment says...

Presumably when the land was sold (in 2009?) the council informed the developers as to the likelyhood of being allowed to build on it? Otherwise why would they have bought it?

nudge,nudge, wink wink
Presumably when the land was sold (in 2009?) the council informed the developers as to the likelyhood of being allowed to build on it? Otherwise why would they have bought it? nudge,nudge, wink wink BucksComment
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