This photograph was taken at Dunham Massey Park on my last trip to the UK for a friends wedding. I’ve shared a number of images of this park as it is close to where I grew up and one popular National Trust properties in Cheshire. The old mill is one of my favourite scenes but here we see the stables and carriage hall which have now been converted into shops and a cafe. I’m not sure the significance of the water in the foreground but I felt it gave a nice reflection. Off to the left of the frame I’ve found fallow deer that roam freely around the park. The Hall dates back to 1660 so these buildings are certainly hundreds of years old. The stables are in the foreground and carriage hall behind.
Dunham Massey Hall was built in 1616 by Sir Gerge Booth. Today the hall, gardens and surrounding park land are managed by the National Trust. It is a popular Cheshire tourist attraction with over 100,000 visitors each year. I have Continue reading “Dunham Massey Hall”
Dunham Massey Park has a number of small pools and ponds. Many people stand around them feeding the ducks in summer, particularly around the Hall. This pool is just a Continue reading “Island Pond, Dunham Massey Park”
This was another test of my new iPhone 4S camera. Here the conditions were less favourable due to it being later in the day, the sky is still great, but the barn didn’t have a lot of light on it. However here I used Continue reading “Dunham Massey Barn”
As the weather here in England starts to get colder and frostier I thought it would be worth showcasing a couple of last years snow pictures. The picture above shows an old wooden fence in Dunham Park just outsideÂ Altrincham. Usually I would Continue reading “Snow on Wooden Fence”