Which Way

When we first started out on our photography journey back in 2012, one of the very first places we visited was Bateman House in East Sussex.

Bateman House being the home of Rudyard Kipling is steeped in history and charm.

Bateman House in East Sussex.
From the very first time we set foot on the grounds of Bateman House we were amazed by the beauty of the place. There were so many paths to take and explore, so much to discover and so many stories to uncover.

The choices and routes never seemed to end and we would often come back to the same spot, to find that it had been transformed just by taking a different path each time.

The beauty of photography is that it gives you the opportunity to see the world differently no matter which way you choose to go, whether you are looking at the same scene from a different angle or discovering something totally new.

This was a constant reminder to us on our photographic journey that no two paths are the same and that each route is an opportunity to learn something new, to find beauty in the unexpected, and to immerse yourself in all that the world has to offer.

So, no matter which way you choose, start the journey with an open mind and be prepared to experience something new and wonderful.

Posted as Part of San’s Which Way Photography Challenge


13 responses to “Which Way”

  1. A good take on the challenge!

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  2. Beautiful pathway with a tree round-about 😃

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  3. Kipling would have been very pleased by your photos and words. Beautiful post! 💕✨

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  4. The entrance seems enchanted, the stones very old. ❤️

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    1. It was so mystical xx

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  5. Very welcoming with a hint of enchantment. 🙂

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    Alive and Trekking

    Excellent photo!

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  7. My goodness, how beautiful, and great shot to capture this place, I want to walk around there.


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