Another camera angle of the Church of Decay in Belgium that I posted a few days ago. This photo was taken higher up from a balcony looking down. Three brackets +2 0 and -2 and I think my exposure was set back a step just to keep shadows dark. Processed in Photoshop and Nik Analog effects. Camera was the little Sony A7R.
From our recent trip across Belgium we popped in to visit Manoir Des Peintures. A very grand home and extremely beautiful outside with it’s river and bridge. Would have loved to of stayed longer and photograph it better but alas no time.
We popped in to visit the Grand Hotel Regnier in Belgium although it is very trashed now there is still a couple of nice photos to be had. On the front of the hotel apartments are now being advertised so looks that redevelopment could be underway in the near future.
Just got back from a 4 day tour of abandoned lost locations around France and Belgium with my wife and a couple of friends. Unfortunately weather was not great as rained most of the trip. But we had 66 locations lined up and managed to visit a dozen or so. A couple of failures but all in all a good wee trip.
We poped in to visit the location dubbed as the Church of Decay, which was a nice little mooch.
An old photograph from a few years ago which I have reworked. Taken at Bull manor ‘Berkyn Manor’ in Slough. Once the stately home to the English poet John Milton and its latter life the Berkyn family. Earnest Rayner was the last owner in 1945 till his death in 1987 aged 96.