A photograph of Windsor Castle Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STMF/Number: f/5.6ISO: 250 Focal Distance: 10 mmShutter Speed: 1/800 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC At the moment I am unable to use my laptop so I'm having to rely on photographs that are in the Cloud on Lightroom Mobile. But in a … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome #57 – Windsor Castle
One thing I do love about British Culture.. is the pomp and pageantry that goes with it. I love the State Opening of Parliament, Royal Weddings and Changing of the Guard. The above photograph was taken back in 2018 on a September day as the Guard was Changing at Windsor Castle. Posted as Part of … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Culture
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
For the challenge set by Nancy Merrill this week, I thought I would submit a photograph of the Changing of the Guard at Westminster, just as they passed where we were standing.
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