Saturday, 5 October 2013

Calke on Camera

Today I visited Calke for a photography walk around the grounds. The aim was to find a new perspective of the photography and to find new views of the house and surroundings. We searched for fungi, exoplored the original entrance to the house and walked around to the rear of St Giles Church. There were signs of Autumn around every corner with conkers on the ground and bright red leaves on trees. Here are a few of my favourite photographs from the day.


You can find photographs from our previous Calke Abbey visits and other National Trust adventures at the 'National Trust' tab at the top of my blog :) Enjoy!

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