A stroll around Smallhythe Place


A photograph of the house at Smallhythe Place at Smallyhythe, Tenterden, in Kent. (Please Note: the above image has had a sky replacement done in Photoshop_

Camera: Huawei P20 Pro
Lens: n/a
F/Number: f/1.8
ISO: 50

Focal Distance: 3.95 mm
Shutter Speed: 1/730 sec
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic
Photographer: Bren Ryan


One Saturday back in September 2018 we decided to take a trip out to Smallhythe Place… the home of the late Ellen Terry, which she purchased in 1899.

Smallhythe Place was built in the 16th Century when Smallhythe was a budding shipbuilding port.

Although Ellen Terry, did not support the militancy of the suffragettes, which her daughter Edith Craig believed so much in, she did however, support the Votes for Women campaign. In the barn is a stage and seating which displays the votes for women memorabilia.

Votes for Women

Camera: Huawei P20 Pro
Lens: n/a
F/Number: f/1.8
ISO: 400

Focal Distance: 3.95 mm
Shutter Speed: 1/25 sec
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic
Photographer: Bren Ryan

Outside of the quirky house, with its uneven floor are wonderful gardens with a variety of flowers.

Today, Smallhythe Place is owned and maintained by the National Trust.

More images from Smallhythe

Address: Smallhythe,
Tenterden,
Kent,
TN30 7NG

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6 responses to “A stroll around Smallhythe Place”

  1. 👌👌👌📷🤗

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  2. I could spend some time exploring this place. I really do love your floral portraits, especially that blue rose.

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    1. Thank you xx… It is a lovely place to visit and the countryside around there has some great walks.

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  3. Very nicely done. That sunset photo is a stunner.

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