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  • Category: Dorset
    is new and was placed on the site of the museum in 2009 However the structure and building was designed to be authentic giving participants experience in ancient arts and construction techniques Upper Hall From Crawley Crawley Sussex was home of the Upper Hall Scheduled for demolition it was discovered to be a more historic building that should be preserved It was dismantled in 1972 and rebuilt on the site of the museum 6 years later The long history of the building took it from being a town hall to an inn to a barn and storage shed The construction of this building is a combination of cedar timber cladding and oak cladding sandstone shingles brick and stucco along with solid oak timbers Wollaton Hall Wollaton Hall built in the late 1400s is another great example of craftsmanship and design This beautiful estate features stone structures along with artistic and skillful use of oak and cedar cladding All structures have undergone extensive remodeling and additions but the basic structures are the same Gardens and avenues were added along with parks However lavish improvements during the 1800s failed to dim the beauty of the ancient building practices and materials that serve as the core of this striking estate Cedar cladding continues to be one of the most popular building materials in today s structures Small wonder It is easy to work and beautiful Beautiful Wooden Countryside Buildings October 26th 2015 Posted in Devon Dorset UK No Comments Follow Us The South West of England is incredibly beautiful with just about every kind of terrain for the rural photographer Weather plays a part too in the photographer s work with bright sun mists fog and diffused light at different times of the day The shadows of rugged cliffs and the sparkle of surf on the beach all provide the photographer with a plethora of subject matter The people of the areas have vigorous lifestyles and the rural life always offers fantastic opportunities to feature nature and working people Here are some pointers for succeeding in rural photography in the Southwest Sheep Shearing The South West part of England is sheep country Any photographic opportunity involving animals and the people who work with them is golden and sheep shearing season is a flurry of activity The working dogs stalk the flocks moving them into the pens and hard working people go about their amazing jobs with casual expertise Every step of the process provides opportunities for still life shots action shots and studies In fact the shearing is only a part of the season Lambing season is another excellent opportunity to get some great photos The animals farm structures machinery and farmers all are terrific subjects Stonehenge What photographer can resist Stonehenge This World Heritage Site is as important to the world as it is to the UK Located in Wiltshire it is thought to have been built as far back as 3000 BC Photographing the mortise and tenon joinery or wide shots

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  • Category: UK
    and golf originated in Scotland The grand tradition of gardening is maintained today in hundreds of incredible picture perfect lawns From manors to cottages the English lawn is iconic and ever popular Even environmentalists who have frowned upon lawns in the past because of the water consumption are coming around to realize that lawns give back far more than they take Grass roots often extend deep into the soil breaking it up and keeping it from packing down The thick turf shades the ground beneath not only preserving moisture in the grass and soil but creating a mini ecosystem for all kinds of natural inhabitants Lawns cool the atmosphere significantly creating green spots that can be measured through infrared photography from the air Skyscrapers apartment complexes shopping malls and other urban structures are actually building their roofs so that they can support lawns to help them reduce their carbon footprint Lawns also absorb off gasses from nearby construction converting it to oxygen and purifying the air In fact there are over 15 million lawns in England With some of these benefits in mind let s take a tour of some of the most well kept lawns in the South West of England Labyrinths A combination of two English icons the lawn and the maze can be found in the turf labyrinths of England They were once much more common than they are today but these artistic additions to the garden are still beautiful sites The one in Winchester Hampshire is one of the larger ones at 27 4 by 26 2 m This maze may date back to the 1600s cut into a hill traveling the maze also will take you uphill on a fairly strenuous climb The lawn of the maze is beautifully maintained although you may encounter a sheep or two Tewkesbury The Tewkesbury Abbey is a striking relic dating back to 1102 The lawns surrounding the Abbey and all across the rest of the grounds are have really had some great lawn maintanence in some cases stretching all the way to the river The Davies Beautiful lawns are not the domain of only ancient properties and public lands The Davies family has one of the most strikingly beautiful lawns in the South West of England This 1 3 acre spot of Heaven was once a tangled mass of strawberries weeds and discarded farm equipment Chatsworth House At the Chatsworth House in Derbyshire you ll find a huge lawn that was established in the 1760s This type of lawn actually has a name It s called a Salisbury Lawn because it appears to be as large as the Salisbury Plain In many cases lawns are kept private by the use of hedgerows This privacy is valued in England and creates a series of pleasant surprises as you wander the grounds of your destination Well Kept Lawns In The South West Of England May 19th 2015 Posted in UK No Comments Follow Us The South West of England is

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  • Well Kept Lawns In The South West Of England
    but creating a mini ecosystem for all kinds of natural inhabitants Lawns cool the atmosphere significantly creating green spots that can be measured through infrared photography from the air Skyscrapers apartment complexes shopping malls and other urban structures are actually building their roofs so that they can support lawns to help them reduce their carbon footprint Lawns also absorb off gasses from nearby construction converting it to oxygen and purifying the air In fact there are over 15 million lawns in England With some of these benefits in mind let s take a tour of some of the most well kept lawns in the South West of England Labyrinths A combination of two English icons the lawn and the maze can be found in the turf labyrinths of England They were once much more common than they are today but these artistic additions to the garden are still beautiful sites The one in Winchester Hampshire is one of the larger ones at 27 4 by 26 2 m This maze may date back to the 1600s cut into a hill traveling the maze also will take you uphill on a fairly strenuous climb The lawn of the maze is beautifully maintained although you may encounter a sheep or two Tewkesbury The Tewkesbury Abbey is a striking relic dating back to 1102 The lawns surrounding the Abbey and all across the rest of the grounds are have really had some great lawn maintanence in some cases stretching all the way to the river The Davies Beautiful lawns are not the domain of only ancient properties and public lands The Davies family has one of the most strikingly beautiful lawns in the South West of England This 1 3 acre spot of Heaven was once a tangled mass of strawberries weeds and

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  • Rural Photography In The South West
    the pens and hard working people go about their amazing jobs with casual expertise Every step of the process provides opportunities for still life shots action shots and studies In fact the shearing is only a part of the season Lambing season is another excellent opportunity to get some great photos The animals farm structures machinery and farmers all are terrific subjects Stonehenge What photographer can resist Stonehenge This World Heritage Site is as important to the world as it is to the UK Located in Wiltshire it is thought to have been built as far back as 3000 BC Photographing the mortise and tenon joinery or wide shots of the entire area at sunrise can be the crowning glory to your portfolio Built by a culture that left no written record you can create a pictorial record of your own The Jurassic Coast Another World Heritage Site in the South West of England is the Jurassic Coast Set up at Old Harry Rocks and catch the shadows throughout the day as they evolve with changes in sunlight Cliffs from the Triassic and Jurassic eras as well as the Cretaceous era provide dramatic scenery for photographers Storm Beach offers amazing shots of weather at its worst The Durdle Door Arch is another striking geological feature offering unique photo opportunities Glastonbury Festival The Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest festivals in the UK providing excellent photographic opportunities Observe the cabaret theatre period costumes and contemporary musicians Over a 175 000 people attend the festival held on a farm in Somerset Saxons Follow the steps of the Anglo Saxons at the Bokerley Dyke at the Cranborne Chase Photograph the fields where the famous battles of England were fought The Battle of Bedwyn was fought here as were battles against the Vikings

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  • Category: Somerset
    working people go about their amazing jobs with casual expertise Every step of the process provides opportunities for still life shots action shots and studies In fact the shearing is only a part of the season Lambing season is another excellent opportunity to get some great photos The animals farm structures machinery and farmers all are terrific subjects Stonehenge What photographer can resist Stonehenge This World Heritage Site is as important to the world as it is to the UK Located in Wiltshire it is thought to have been built as far back as 3000 BC Photographing the mortise and tenon joinery or wide shots of the entire area at sunrise can be the crowning glory to your portfolio Built by a culture that left no written record you can create a pictorial record of your own The Jurassic Coast Another World Heritage Site in the South West of England is the Jurassic Coast Set up at Old Harry Rocks and catch the shadows throughout the day as they evolve with changes in sunlight Cliffs from the Triassic and Jurassic eras as well as the Cretaceous era provide dramatic scenery for photographers Storm Beach offers amazing shots of weather at its worst The Durdle Door Arch is another striking geological feature offering unique photo opportunities Glastonbury Festival The Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest festivals in the UK providing excellent photographic opportunities Observe the cabaret theatre period costumes and contemporary musicians Over a 175 000 people attend the festival held on a farm in Somerset Saxons Follow the steps of the Anglo Saxons at the Bokerley Dyke at the Cranborne Chase Photograph the fields where the famous battles of England were fought The Battle of Bedwyn was fought here as were battles against the Vikings The Corfe Castle Who

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  • beauty
    The working dogs stalk the flocks moving them into the pens and hard working people go about their amazing jobs with casual expertise Every step of the process provides opportunities for still life shots action shots and studies In fact the shearing is only a part of the season Lambing season is another excellent opportunity to get some great photos The animals farm structures machinery and farmers all are terrific subjects Stonehenge What photographer can resist Stonehenge This World Heritage Site is as important to the world as it is to the UK Located in Wiltshire it is thought to have been built as far back as 3000 BC Photographing the mortise and tenon joinery or wide shots of the entire area at sunrise can be the crowning glory to your portfolio Built by a culture that left no written record you can create a pictorial record of your own The Jurassic Coast Another World Heritage Site in the South West of England is the Jurassic Coast Set up at Old Harry Rocks and catch the shadows throughout the day as they evolve with changes in sunlight Cliffs from the Triassic and Jurassic eras as well as the Cretaceous era provide dramatic scenery for photographers Storm Beach offers amazing shots of weather at its worst The Durdle Door Arch is another striking geological feature offering unique photo opportunities Glastonbury Festival The Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest festivals in the UK providing excellent photographic opportunities Observe the cabaret theatre period costumes and contemporary musicians Over a 175 000 people attend the festival held on a farm in Somerset Saxons Follow the steps of the Anglo Saxons at the Bokerley Dyke at the Cranborne Chase Photograph the fields where the famous battles of England were fought The Battle of Bedwyn

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  • Castle
    The working dogs stalk the flocks moving them into the pens and hard working people go about their amazing jobs with casual expertise Every step of the process provides opportunities for still life shots action shots and studies In fact the shearing is only a part of the season Lambing season is another excellent opportunity to get some great photos The animals farm structures machinery and farmers all are terrific subjects Stonehenge What photographer can resist Stonehenge This World Heritage Site is as important to the world as it is to the UK Located in Wiltshire it is thought to have been built as far back as 3000 BC Photographing the mortise and tenon joinery or wide shots of the entire area at sunrise can be the crowning glory to your portfolio Built by a culture that left no written record you can create a pictorial record of your own The Jurassic Coast Another World Heritage Site in the South West of England is the Jurassic Coast Set up at Old Harry Rocks and catch the shadows throughout the day as they evolve with changes in sunlight Cliffs from the Triassic and Jurassic eras as well as the Cretaceous era provide dramatic scenery for photographers Storm Beach offers amazing shots of weather at its worst The Durdle Door Arch is another striking geological feature offering unique photo opportunities Glastonbury Festival The Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest festivals in the UK providing excellent photographic opportunities Observe the cabaret theatre period costumes and contemporary musicians Over a 175 000 people attend the festival held on a farm in Somerset Saxons Follow the steps of the Anglo Saxons at the Bokerley Dyke at the Cranborne Chase Photograph the fields where the famous battles of England were fought The Battle of Bedwyn

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  • history
    The working dogs stalk the flocks moving them into the pens and hard working people go about their amazing jobs with casual expertise Every step of the process provides opportunities for still life shots action shots and studies In fact the shearing is only a part of the season Lambing season is another excellent opportunity to get some great photos The animals farm structures machinery and farmers all are terrific subjects Stonehenge What photographer can resist Stonehenge This World Heritage Site is as important to the world as it is to the UK Located in Wiltshire it is thought to have been built as far back as 3000 BC Photographing the mortise and tenon joinery or wide shots of the entire area at sunrise can be the crowning glory to your portfolio Built by a culture that left no written record you can create a pictorial record of your own The Jurassic Coast Another World Heritage Site in the South West of England is the Jurassic Coast Set up at Old Harry Rocks and catch the shadows throughout the day as they evolve with changes in sunlight Cliffs from the Triassic and Jurassic eras as well as the Cretaceous era provide dramatic scenery for photographers Storm Beach offers amazing shots of weather at its worst The Durdle Door Arch is another striking geological feature offering unique photo opportunities Glastonbury Festival The Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest festivals in the UK providing excellent photographic opportunities Observe the cabaret theatre period costumes and contemporary musicians Over a 175 000 people attend the festival held on a farm in Somerset Saxons Follow the steps of the Anglo Saxons at the Bokerley Dyke at the Cranborne Chase Photograph the fields where the famous battles of England were fought The Battle of Bedwyn

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