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Bike4Life 2016 with Midlands Air Ambulance
The 2016 running of the Bike4Life coincides with the 25th Anniversary of Midlands Air Ambulance - a life saving service. Steven Oliver Photography loves Motorsport of all forms and photographing so many bikes is challenging to say the least.  I have produced a gallery of over 1900 images, all of which will be edited before delivery to ensure they are in great I hope - make that I wish, that next year I could find someone with a suitable bike that I could sit facing forwards OR back to take pictures en-route stopping occasionally to take more shots.  If you have found yourself...
Shrewsbury Flower Show Photographer
Shrewsbury Flower Show is extremely well know across the country, and locally is the highlight of many a gardeners year. For more reasons than flowers alone, Shrewsbury Flower Show attracts enthusiasts, professional gardeners, families, couples (both young and old) and locals for two days of fun, education and so much more. Shrewsbury's hotels are booked a year in advance, and the town looks resplendent. The 2015 Show will, I'm sure, be a great success with acts such as The Proclaimers, The Ancora Singers and Celebrity Chef Tom Kerridge pulling fans from far and wide.  All of this you well...
Shrewsbury Carnival 2015
I'm thrilled to be Official Photographer of Shrewsbury Carnival 2015. It's a fantastic event, no council funding, just volunteers and sponsors. Make sure you line the streets, and join us in The Quarry 13th June 2015  Check out Shrewsbury Carnival and Show at here
Shrewsbury Flower Show 2014 ask Steven Oliver Photography to attend the Shrewsbury Flower Show as their photographer for this years show. We will be posting a selection of images to the website once the show has finished.
Shrewsbury Carnival Official Photographer
Steven Oliver Photography is pleased to announce that they have been made the Official Photographer for the Shrewsbury Carnival. "We are proud to be the official photographer and cannot wait to get started.
Shrewsbury Half Marathon
A beautiful day in Shrewsbury, saw thousands line up for the second Shrewsbury Half Marathon.  The weather would surely take its toll on many, but as the elite runners and subsequent fun runners passed by my position on Wyle Cop, all I could think was "Go on.. keep up the great work". Something I myself have never attempted - I salute you all. Eventual winner Paul Ward, someone I've met several times in my normal work life, arrived all alone and glided effortlessly down the tricky Wyle Cop. He was followed a few minutes later by more elite runners, and ultimately everyone else... in due...