A photograph of Bodiam Castle in East Sussex processed in Topaz Studio 2 Camera: Canon EOS 1100DLens: Canon EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IIIF/Number: f/13ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 24 mmShutter Speed: 1/400 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic and Topaz Studio 2Photographer: Ashley Ryan Posted as Part of Cee's CBWC: Large Subjects and Hammad's Weekend Skies #36
A photograph of Rochester Castle Camera: Samsung A51 5GLens: n/aF/Number: f/2.0ISO: 32 Focal Distance: 4.60mmShutter Speed: 1/710secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC Sitting in all these months, finally got to me... so it was a case of get him to push me around the high street or go mad. 😀 😀 😀 Yep, he pushed me around … Continue reading The Castle and The Vines
Posted as Part of Weekend Reflections #551
Posted as Part of the Throwback Thursday Photography Challenge. Wanna Join In On this Thursday Challenge… It’s simple, create a post using Throwback Thursday and use the TBT and Throwback Thursday tags. Pingbacks are enabled, however, if you have trouble creating a pingback simply paste the link to your post in the comments section … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Scotney Castle
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A photograph of Whitstable Castle in Kent, processed in Lightroom with deep blue and gold split toning.
One of the special places I love to visit is Whistable... it is a quaint fishing village. With its wooden huts, sailing boats and fishing boats it is a beautiful place to visit. And a beautiful castle grounds to stroll around especially on a cold, crisp sunny winter's morn. Posted as Part of the Lens … Continue reading Lens Artists Photo Challenge #78 – Special Spot Shots
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This month's Before and After photo challenge is a photograph of Bodiam Castle in East Sussex. DOWNLOAD FOR THIS MONTH'S PHOTO To use the image, which is in raw and jpeg, download the zip folder and then extract the image contained in the folder. My Edits For my edits, I wanted to create a dark … Continue reading Before and After Challenge – 1st November 2019
This challenge for the Lens-Artists Photography Challenge was set by Patti. Patti asked for images that were old, new, borrowed and blue. Well, there is nothing like a blue sky to make you feel good. Especially on a nice summer's day. This image of Old Scotney Castle in Kent has all four elements. The … Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #58: Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue
The theme this week set by Weekly Prompts for their Photo Challenge is called Peaceful. For my first image, I am using a photo we took whilst holidaying the beautiful surrounds of Glencoe. I couldn't believe how peaceful it was. Even travelling around the Highlands was beautiful. Yes, we came across other vehicles but not like … Continue reading Weekly Prompts – Photo Challenge Peaceful
This week I thought I would process an image taken at Upnor Castle of the waxworks that are on display, showing men moving barrels. Upnor castle is local to us and one of the places that is steeped in history and played a vital role in protecting the River Medway from invaders. If … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM – 7 – Men at Work
One of our favourite places to visit is Scotney Castle in Kent.. and for Fandango's FOWC Challenge - Castle I couldn't resist posting this image. Processed in Aurora and Luminar, I like the softness given to the image.
I have been to Whitstable many times... to stroll along the beach, have coffee in the little cafe or just to visit the market that is sometimes on. But it wasn't until 2013 that I read a road sign leading to Whitstable Castle. I knew it was a fishing town but I never knew it … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM – 6 – Whitstable Castle
Looking down on Urquhart Castle in Scotland, from the top of the hill.
Whitstable Castle in Kent photographed in August 2018 and processed in Lightroom and Luminar 2018.
There is nothing like a summer's day to visit Windsor Castle. And for this week's MWM I thought I process a photograph of the front of Windsor Castle. On the day we visited it was Changing of the Guard and the Guard are marched in by the band into the entrance between the two-turrets in … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM – 5 – Windsor Castle
As we strolled around Windsor Castle... this picture of Windsor Castle caught my eye simply because of the moat and how its banks were still suffering from the drought we've had over the last few months in the South East of England. You can start to see the green grass coming through the moat floor … Continue reading In the distance