More iphoneography, this time taken today at Cowdrey Park ruins in Midhurst, West Sussex.
This atmospheric building was once a magnificent Tudor house, visited by both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
Today it is part of the Cowdrey Park Estate, probably most famous for being the home of British polo.
Beautiful photos Rachael. We have driven past here quite a lot, but never visited!
Hi Karen. I always seem to arrive there after it has closed. We hung about a bit for the right light this time. The iPhone camera did the rest.
What a great place to shoot! Nice work!
Thank you. I hope I will one day manage to be organised enough to arrive during opening hours. 😉
The great sky really adds to these.
Thank you, Helen.
What a dramatic sky! The opening photo is quite stunning – you’ve made me want to walk right into the scene.
Thank you. I was lucky to get a momentary break in the clouds. Just enough to light the facade for two seconds. Snap. 😉
Very atmospheric. I noticed one of the big camera chains in Australia is advertising an external zoom for “iPhonography”. They say it’s more than just a gimmick…
Yes, I have also heard you can get a macro attachment. Hmm, tempting…
Those are beautiful photographs. Well done!
Thank you very much. I am glad you like them.