Boris Bikes in an unused serried rank at 3.00 pm in Central London



Anthony Sargeant took this photograph in Manchester Square in London during February 2013 on his way to the Wallace Collection – not a single bike in use.


Shropshire water meadows under water



Anthony Sargeant took this photograph earlier today 22nd November 2016. After torrential rain these past few days the River Corve just below Tony’s home in Shropshire has burst its banks and flooded the surrounding meadows. Fortunately the house sits on a rock outcrop well above the level of the river.

Dansette Record Player from the late 1950s



The parents of Anthony Sargeant bought one of these in the late 1950s. It was put into the front room at 59 Allerford Road, Catford SE 6. Covered in a slightly textured thin vinyl coloured silver and maroon it had an autochanger mechanism which allows up to 8 records to be played one after the after. If the records were the old solid shellac 78 rpm records they would drop with a resounding thud onto the turntable in an alarming manner.

Early bird – bright moon over Wenlock Edge



Anthony Sargeant took this photograph at 7.30 am on the 16th November 2016 from the garden of his Shropshire home looking towards Wenlock Edge. The moon has been very bright the past few nights and it was still in the sky as the early bird flew up from the copse by the River Corve.

View from a Hotel Bedroom Window



Part of the collection of photographs that Anthony J Sargeant has taken from hotel bedroom windows. This abstract arrangement of tables on a tiled patio was taken looking down from the window of his hotel room on the shores of Lake Balaton in Hungary in 1982. This was before the fall of the Berlin Wall when Hungary was still part of the Soviet Bloc and Tony was visiting a charming Hungarian friend, Judit, whom he had met while attending a conference in Budapest the previous year.