The Didcot Power Station is visible from the Wittenham Clumps in the Thames Valley as a storm approaches Didcot, Oxfordshire, England. The power plant used coal to generate electricity until March 2013. Now, part of the plant uses natural gas to generate power, and the cooling towers are planned to be demolished in 2014. The towers at the plant are some of the tallest structures in Britain.
I'm happy to announce that I received an honorable mention in the Boston Press Photographers Association pictorial category
for my image (at left) of the Didcot Power Station in England. Congratulations to all the other winners. You can see the rest of the awarded work here
, including a lot of strong work from during and after the Boston Marathon bombings.