A Portrait of Glatton in 2012

Photos from the Jubilee Party
The portraits taken at the Glatton Jubilee Party are online. Back in June I set out to photograph 60 villagers for the sake of posterity and to find out what the Queen means to them in 2012. Whilst in the process I also asked them/you what piece of advice they would pass on to the next generation or to share the best piece of advice they have ever been given. I have included a few of my favourite examples below.

Click here to view all of the images and the full post: A Portrait of Glatton in 2012 If you haven’t supplied answers to the questions please feel free to email them to me and I will update the post. If you would like to amend or remove your photo or quotes from public view please don’t hesitate to let me know. I hope you enjoy the photos and the answers. (Just click on photos to see comments). Thank you to everyone who took part! FREE PRINT – If you would like a copy of your photo please email me at tom@tommillington.co.uk with the image number and I will reply with various options including a FREE 6″x6″ print.

Bob Widd
Q1. In a few words what does the Queen mean to you: Leadership, Continuity and Respect
Q2. Advice: Live life to the full and don’t hesitate to take advantage of  opportunities.

Adam Stretton
Q1. In a few words what does the Queen mean to you: Red, White and Blue.
Q2. Advice: Be Prepared.

Jo Williams
Q1. In a few words what does the Queen mean to you:
Be proud of your country
Q2. Advice: Know when to keep your mouth shut.

 Derek Leadbetter
Q1. In a few words what does the Queen mean to you:  My sovereign!
Q2. Advice: Measure twice, cut once

Author: Tom Millington.

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