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Ascott House, Buckinghamshire

A few shots of Ascott House a National Trust property located in Buckinghamshire.

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Field of Light

The following shots are of the ‘Field of Light’ installation currently on display at Waddesdon Manor.  The impressive display by renowned British artist Bruce Munro consists of 9,000 slender stems with illuminated spheres.  An elevated vantage point to view the entire display would have been great but was not available, so only low level shots were possible.  A stunning display nonetheless.

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More dazzle@Waddesdon

More shots of dazzle@waddesdon  but this time when darkness fell.

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dazzle@Waddesdon

Here are a few shots of dazzle@Waddesdon taken during dusk.  Waddesdon is a National Trust estate and this year it was decided to bathe the manor house in fantastic colour accompanied by the sound of classical music by the likes of Bach and Tchaikovsky.   A very colourful evening indeed and the slow shutter speeds hopefully adds a little bit more interest.  Night shots to follow.

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Cragside House and Gardens

Here are a few shots of Cragside House and gardens located near Rothbury in  Northumberland.  A National Trust property, the house was the first in the world to be lit by hydroelectric power.

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Atlantic Grey Seals

Here are a few shots of grey seals including pups taken during a trip to the Farne Islands.  Spotting the seals was not a problem on the day as there were literally hundreds either swimming or just simply at rest.

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Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland

Here are a few shots of Dunstanburgh Castle which  is located on a beautiful stretch of Northumbrian coastline.  The 14th century fortification  was the site of fierce fighting particularly during the war of the roses.  Not surprisingly the castle  is a ruin but nevertheless  a mightily impressive sight.

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Stackpole Estate – Pembrokeshire

Here are a few shots taken at Stackpole which is a vast National Trust estate located in Pembrokeshire, Wales.  The estate consists of approximately 5 square miles of farmland, lakes, woodland and coastline and is well worth a visit .

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Little Egret

The following shots of a Little Egret were taken at National Trust Stackpole in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

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