I took this photograph out of the window of my home one morning, the red light as the sun rose was incredible.
The ruins of the church at the top of Burrow Mump, beneath a slightly pinky-blue sky.
I found this old stone cross in a local graveyard, and whilst it took a bit of “creative manoeuvring” to get this angle, I think it was worth it. I wanted to try and get a feeling of age and[…]
Looking like something you might expect to find on a farm in Midwest America, I actually spotted this windmill in the heart of Somerset, England, at an RSPB Nature Reserve called Ham Wall.
Another view of Burrow Mump (you know, one of my favourite places)…
I found this festive corridor at Knightshayes, in Tiverton Somerset. Something about the light and the all of the angles appealed to me.
Standing high over the Somerset Levels upon a natural hill is Burrow Mump, a ruined church that I have visited more times than I can count. Researching this place has taught me a number of interesting things: 1) Burrow and[…]