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Always a high point of the year, I am once again happy to present the Brighton Mod Weekender 2022 photographs by Chris Wild.
As many of you might know, Chris and his camera have become staples of the daytime events at the Brighton Bank Holiday weekend. He’s been doing it for years, and to be honest, he does it best.
Of course, if you want to check out Chris’s photography from weekenders past, you can do just that. You can see the 2021 photographs here, with photos of 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, and 2016 also on the website. All are worth checking out if you have time and missed them the first time around.
With lockdowns now seemingly a thing of the past, things were a little livelier than they have been for the last couple of years, and Chris was out there capturing both the scooters and the people on the streets and the front of Brighton. So if you were there, you might well be in the photos below.
Yes, there are some posed shots here (we all like a pose), but Chris has a knack for capturing some lovely natural shots of the weekend, especially when it comes to scootering images. It’s always an honour to feature the photos on the site.
If you are not on the page and you had your picture taken, don’t despair, as there are more photos on Christ’s own photo site. Details of that are at the end of the article. I’ve tried my best to pick out a cross-section, but there is a limit to the space on the page. It’s nothing personal.
That’s it for now. Check out the photos, and big thanks to Chris once more for his continued efforts.
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