A TIME TO FIGHT - no frame
Veteran Bill Pendall leads the line
A Time to Fight - Jack Griffiths talks to Robert D. Anderson

Sitting down with a cup of tea and cake, listening to history

A TIME TO FIGHT – update I have been very busy working on the promotional side for my new book. Newspapers, magazines, Veteran organisations and charities seem to be very interested in the project – which makes this 3 year long journey all worth while, having someone take an interest and get the message out there is what it’s all about. I have also been going around the UK meeting up with the veterans featured in the book for a second, even third time for a cup of tea and a chat, such a pleasure and even an honour to sit with these men and woman to hear their stories. It was good to catch up with them all without all the camera gear in tow and spend the afternoon all relaxed and just being there as they remember their time to fight.

Veteran Jack Griffiths being interviewed for A TIME TO FIGHT

A TIME TO FIGHT - Veteren Vernon Jones and wife Hilda look at the photographs for the new book
Veteren Vernon Jones and wife Hilda look at the photographs for the new book
Directing a veteran into place – so important to get this right so I can merge the ‘two’ models together for the final image
A TIME TO FIGHT - Using smoke bombs
Using smoke bombs for the re-enactor element in the new book
Re-enactors were photographed mostly at public WWII events, this was taken at Temple At War in Essex, England

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