A monochrome photograph of Old Scotney Castle in Kent. Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ48Lens: n/aF/Number: f/3.6ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 970mmShutter Speed: 1/100 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC Posted as part of Anne's Lens-Artists Photography Challenge #156 Black and White. And if you look closely by the castle there is a wooden bench, which also fits in with … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome #62 – Old Scotney Castle
Posted as Part of #throwbackthursday and Norm's Thursday Doors – April 23, 2020 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 … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Doors of Old Scotney Castle
For Jez's Monday water challenge, I have reworked an image of Old Scotney Castle in Kent. This image was photographed back in 2012 when we first started out on our photography journey. Posted as Part of Jez's Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge.
A photograph of the Old Castle at Scotney Castle in Kent. Posted as Part of Weekend Reflections #538 Photography Challenge.
On the day we visited Scotney Castle on one of our trips, even though the skies were blue and the sun was shining it was still freezing cold walking around that lake 😀 😀 Posted at Part of the Lens-Artists Challenge #73 – COLD hosted by Tina.
One of my favourite views is from the bridge that spans the lake at Old Scotney Castle and I thought this image would be an ideal image for Nancy Merrill's Photo a Week Challenge called View.
The lens-artists challenge curated by Amy for this week is called Elements... and out of the five elements, fire, water, earth, metal and wood, the above image has 4 out of the five elements. The metal of the window frames, water in the lake, the wood of the trees and the earth that provides the … Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #47: Elements
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
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.
At the moment I am really liking this soft style of processing and creating images which are a little more saturated. The above image was photographed at the rear of the visitor centre. Firstly why I chose the rear was because one there wasn't people hanging around the café, visitor centre and shop and … Continue reading Back to Scotney