A selection of architectural images; in this context, I use architecture as to meaning external design and appearence, whereas I refer to rooms, furniture, etc as ‘interior’. Architecture, by my definition, includes any buildings, so you may see some of my pictures classified as both architecture and landscape; there are also a number of images taken at weddings.
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11th January, 2014
This image shows an example of painting with light, and is a capture of the folly Old John in Bradgate Park, Leicestershire. The park was the ancestral seat of the Grey family until 1928, when it was given 'to be preserved in its natural state for the quiet enjoyment of the people of Leicestershire'.
6th August, 2013
For this landscape, I had set my camera to ISO 100 for a five second exposure at f/22, to allow to properly expose for the kind of light levels I was seeing in the sky. Quite by chance, an unknown someone was wandering across St. Catherine's Down and stood in my camera's field of view.