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Hi! I'm Sarah, a photographer with a particular love of landscapes, wildlife, and architecture - both old and modern.
The galleries below feature many different genres of my photography, including some of my favourite digital art pieces in both 'watercolour' and 'oil paint'. All images within the galleries are purchasable in various sizes, all in the following formats:
Framed/Unframed Fine Prints.
I keep a regular blog which you can access from the green bar at the top of this page ~ announcements of discounts and sales are made here, so sign up for free and make sure I don't go into your spam folder!
If you have ANY questions or suggestions (including custom work requests), please do not hesitate in contacting me at using the 'CONTACT' tab at the top of this page.
I am also on Facebook if you want to join my fan page ~ you can find me at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/S-J-Broadmeadow-Photography/262785933741855
And finally.... the important bits are out of the way, so if you would like to know a little more about me, keep reading!
I was born and raised in the Midlands of England (UK) until 2007 when I moved to San Antonio, Texas, to be with my (now) husband. We live a short distance from downtown S.A and a short distance in the opposite direction of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. My heart, however, will always be with the beautiful and ancient landscapes, small villages and hamlets of Great Britain - England and Wales in particular. It is always such an enormous pleasure to be able to ride the road less traveled, stumbling upon magical little places that few others know about, or getting lost in country lanes and discovering beautiful, breathtaking scenery that is every photographer's dream. I can only hope that I am able to capture that majesty in my photographs and do the green green grass of home the justice it so rightly deserves. All of my images, be it in Britain, America or any of the other various places I have ventured to, have been taken with the intent of capturing a moment in time, a permanent frozen memory of how I view the world before me.
Always stop to smell the flowers and listen to the music.