And here, after mentioning it for the last few days, is Coleton Fishacre itself. A beautiful property with a stunning garden, and a fantastic 1920’s Art Deco style. What did this image teach me? Even in dark and gloomy conditions,[…]
This tower stands within the grounds of the East Pool Mine museum in Cornwall. The museum is run by the National Trust. What did this image teach me? That EPAL stands for: East Pool and Agar Ltd
I think there should be a little more stained glass in the world – why don’t we all have a little window with some colour in it? What did this image teach me? It is entirely possible to make your[…]
There’s something very appealing to me about this finely laid out dinner table. What did this image teach me? Mmmmm… I’m hungry.
This little ceramic dragon lives in Packwood House, a 16th Century National Trust property. What did this image teach me? Alway, always keep your eyes open. You never know when you might spot a dragon lurking around the corner.
Standing in the Forest of Arden, and built almost five centuries ago this is a National Trust property with a long and eventful history. What did this image teach me? Moats are kinda cool.
This large folly stands on a hill in Wales, and it can be viewed from miles around. What did this image teach me? The tower may stand in Wales, but it was built by a Scotsman called Sir William Paxton,[…]
King Alfred’s Tower is a large, three-sided folly standing near Stourhead. What did this image teach me? I am still amazed at how good mobile phone cameras are, and I wonder just how good they’re going to get?
It’s been a little while since my last Burrow Mump photo, so here we are – a sepia, sunset shot. What did this image teach me? Sunsets and sepia tones can work together, if the composition is strong enough.
This is one of several fascinating follies and structures that you can find lining the lake at Stourhead. What did this image teach me? Once again diving into the archive of unedited photos has offered up something good.