Photographer Ian's images go on display in home town Barton
Aphotographer has launched a new exhibition in his hometown of Barton-Upon- Humber.
Ian Clipson, of Far Ings Road, has spent the past four years gathering images for his Racing: Land and Sea display.
The exhibition follows the success of his aviation heritage and architectural photography exhibitions held at the centre last year.
Ian's photographs include shots of the tall ships on the Humber, cars and motorcycles and will be shown at the Waters' Edge Visitor Centre.
Ian said: "About 70 per cent of the photographs are of motorbikes.
"I have had a passion for bikes since I was 17 when I got my first bike and I always follow the different competitions on TV.
"I have got some great photographs at different events around the country."
The majority of images in the exhibition feature different kinds of motorcycle racing, from the elite Moto GP and World Superbikes series down to local events.
Other pictures show yachts from the Clipper Round the World race.
Most of the photographs can be bought after the show or printed to order.
Ian said: "I am pleased with the finished exhibition.
"It took me two weeks to go through 500 of my favourite pictures. I managed to narrow it down to around 124.
"I have a varied selection of black and white and colour photographs and they are all different sizes to provide an interesting display.
"However, I am always trying to take better shots and will keep experimenting with different backgrounds and shots."
Ian said his most treasured image is of multiple Moto GP world champion Valentino Rossi.
"My favourite picture in the collection is one I took of Rossi at Donnington Park in Leicestershire," he said.
"It is a side shot of him where he is looking at my camera."
The exhibition runs from Saturday, June 30 to Sunday, July 15 and is open every day from 10am to 5pm.
The exhibition is free to visit.
Ian said: "This will be my last exhibition for a while as I am planning to take a year off for a break."