UKFL Image of the Day Round-Up

We’re going back in time today, catching up with our Image of the Day round-ups. And what a lot of catching up we have to do! We’re happy to report that 2015 was our BUSIEST year ever and although we love sharing work on social media, we prioritised working on film for our customers….which is why we are confident in saying that we have always delivered film early or on time as many have noticed! But on with the photographs…We have an absolutely gorgeous selection from last April and May to share with you, full of beautiful colour and light. Thank you to all of the talented photographers who have taken part in our Image of the Day feature…you can check out more of their work by following the weblinks in each name. Please enjoy and feel free to share and watch out for more to come over the next few weeks.

Paula O’Hara:

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Alex Bonney:

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Mark Henson:

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Joakim Hertze:

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Chloe Browne:

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Caroline Cherrill:

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Karol Tracz:

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Faye Cornhill:

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Melanie Nedelko:

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Tereza Lee:

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Erica Ward:

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Christian Ward:

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Alex Bonney:

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Karen Wright:

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Christian Ward:

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Gareth Morton:

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Lukasz Baszko:

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Mark Lim:

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Christian Ward:

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And of all the beautiful images together!

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