Thursday Doors – Streatfeild Mausoleum, Chiddingstone


A monochrome photograph of Streatfeild Mausoleum at Chiddingstone Cemetery in Kent.

Camera: Canon EOS 70D
Lens: Canon EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
F/Number: f/7.1
ISO: 100

Focal Distance: 24 mm
Shutter Speed: 1/160 sec
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic
Photographer: Ashley Ryan


Posted as Part of Dan’s Thursday Doors Photography Challenge


15 responses to “Thursday Doors – Streatfeild Mausoleum, Chiddingstone”

  1. Amazing photo, Bren. So ethereal. I love the names of British places, you probably won’t see a name like Chiddingstone here. Bummer.

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    1. Thank you… it is a quaint village. The day we visited they were getting the church ready for a wedding and decorating the archway in floral blooms.

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      1. How lovely! ❤️🇬🇧

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  2. 👌👌👌📷

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  3. So good, a bit of mystery and beautifully captured. Top. Gr Stef

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  4. That’s a beautiful door, Bren and your photo enhances the mood very nicely. Thanks for sharing this with Thursday Doors!

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  5. I was thinking it looked quite dramatic and then my mind saw it as a face with two slit eyes and a big mouth and everything changed. 🙂 (I really like the light on the mausoleum itself.)

    janet

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    1. Thank you.. I didn’t see the face.. until t you mentioned it.. Now I do . It looks quite scary. X

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  6. Love this. I had the same idea for next week.

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