The man with the most famous thumb in Crawley has been out and about again blending the town’s past and present through photography.
Jeff Pitcher, 45, has become a familiar feature in the town centre as he lines up his photos - often standing in the middle of the road to get the angles right.
The photos - part of a project called Then Again which appear in an album on Jeff’s Facebook page - have proved fascinating for Crawley people of all ages.
The simple concept of holding up an old photo of a Crawley landmark and snapping its present day surroundings is actually a lot more complicated than it seems.
Jeff said: “It is a very tricky thing to execute well.
“Horizontal and vertical horizons, plus the backward and forwards motion of both the camera and my hand - that’s at least eight things to go wrong before I even begin to find the right setting!”
The photos certainly give a intriguing glimpse into the town’s past.