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Day #997

Day #997 Title: Studded Spiral
Location: Highwood
Camera: Canon EOS 7D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: I nipped out this morning before the rain started in earnest. This is a rather nice piece of ironwork on a church door in Highwood. I loved the weathering and patina. Although it’s not an image of the complete door, I thought it would make a good find for Treasure Hunt Theme #27: Doorways.
One Year Ago: Day #632
Two Years Ago: Day #267

Day #786

Day #786 Title: From Tree To Frame
Location: Stock Church
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1 / 20mm EF f/1.7
Notes: I took advantage of a brief period of sunshine on the way home from a meeting this afternoon. The light was nice just as I was passing through Stock, so I stopped off at the church and had a quick look around. This is one of the glazed porch windows, showing the trees reflected in them. Loved the grain of the wood.
One Year Ago: Day #421
Two Years Ago: Day #55

Day #755

Day #755 Title: Guardians
Location: Bramber, West Sussex
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1 / 20mm EF f/1.7
Notes: Having left my gracious hosts from last night to get on with some more DIY at home, I decided to take a walk around Bramber and along the River Adur to Botolphs, to find some geocaches. It’s a route I did once before when I first met up with Ken on Day #77, but I hadn’t realised there were any caches to be found back then. Today, the light was a bit variable, but I was lucky enough to get a little patch of blue sky as I passed St Nicholas’ Church Bramber. It’s a fine Norman building which was first completed in 1073 as the church for Bramber Castle, on whose lower slopes it sits. I liked these rusty sentinels on top of the Lych Gate by the entrance to the churchyard. My 20mm f/1.7 pancake lens made for effective bokeh when used wide open.
One Year Ago: Day #390
Two Years Ago: Day #24