It’s all been a bit quiet here since New Year’s Eve music extravaganza. After three years of consistent photography projects I decided I needed to take a year out to do some solid learning and recharge my batteries. Towards the end of the last 365 the quality had completely fallen away…to such an extent that I didn’t publish the last week or two’s pictures…
So January and February have seen me take the lowest number of images in a two month period for a long time…and it has been quite refreshing, not having any deadlines to meet (not entirely true as I am doing a course that requires a few pictures every fortnight).
Anyhow, it was my wife’s birthday at the end of February and I took a couple of days off work so we could enjoy a few days of doing not a lot.
We went out two of the days to a couple of National Trust properties and generally mooched about. I’ll publish some of the images from those days over the next few days. If you want to see my wife’s take on one of those days out (including some of my pictures) you can see them on her Crimson Rabbit website.
As a taster the first National Trust property we visited was Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk.