Rookwoods’ Open gardens. A few days back I went with my wife Kate and youngest son Nick to visit the gardens at ‘Rookwood’s’ in Sible Hedingham. which was taking part in the National Garden Scheme (NGS) Open Gardens. It was a beautiful sunny day and we had the most amazing afternoon. The gardens were stunning, a mix of mature and young trees and shrubs, herbaceous borders and columns of tumbling roses. An old Victorian walledRead full details
The beauty and splendour of natural window light. Last weekend I visited Kentwell Hall in Long Melford Suffolk, it was one of their re-enactment days, a May Day celebration when they were all dressed and acting in a Tudor style, or as ‘Kentwell’ put it, ‘visitors immerse themselves in the sights, sounds and smells of the 16th Century’ It really was a great atmosphere and a wonderful day, but I guess what impressed me theRead full details
This phtograph was taken at the entrance to the walled city of Mdina the old capital of Malta.
The history of Mdina goes back for more than 4000 years. In 60 AD according to tradition the Apostle St Paul is said to have lived there after being shipwrecked on the Islands. Furthermore it is said that St. Paul resided inside the grotto known as Fuori le Mura (outside the city walls) now known as St. Paul’s Grotto in Rabat.
This photograph was taken whilst visiting a caffe in Rabat a small town on the outskirts of Mdina the old capital of Malta. It has undergone a small amount of post production in Photoshop. It’s a study in the elements of shape, light, colour and texture, elements which were powerful at the time and motivated me to take the photograph. Tony Sale Tony is the owner of Tony Sale Photography a much sought afterRead full details