Wow it has been a while since my last post! I’ve been meaning to write this one up for ages but I’ve been carried away lately with setting up a ‘proper’ online store, the arrival of my family for a big reunion early next month, and planning the next part of the adventure around Europe. Anywho, so now I am finally getting around to it, here we go:
A week or two ago I had another awesome day out in Yorkshire. It was freezing cold with frost everywhere and 1cm thick ice on puddles. Various relatives have been kind enough to take us on all sorts of adventures, and this particular day my aunt and uncle took us to ‘Druid’s Temple’.
Druid’s Temple was apparently build in the 1820’s as a way to create jobs by the estate owner, William Danby. It bears similarity to Stonehenge and you could easily be fooled into thinking it is as old as stonehenge itself (like I was – a little research fixed that though…).
The day itself was foggy, and as I mentioned before, very cold. The fog really added some mystery to the stone formations and forest surrounding it. There isn’t much in the way of colour to be seen on a day like this, so I processed almost all my shots in B&W for a little added drama. My Favourite shot is the leading image above. If you’ve enjoyed this post, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!