A few landscape photographs taken on the way back from my photoshoot on a frosty morning in Bexhill. These landscape photographs were taken after sunrise at Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex
A classic central composition here, using the leading lines of the long drawbridge to lead the eye up to the building. A low angle really helps here.
One of my favourite shots from this landscape photography shoot. I was careful to try and place the reflection in exactly the right place for this shot. I love the way the light just catches one of the windows to give the image a small sparkle.
To the side of the castle a small jetty has been built, probably for fishing, but it served a great purpose of being able to get really low on the water for these reflection shots.
As I mentioned before, the drawbridge up to the castle entrance is really long! I used a telephoto lens here to focus on the reflections of the arches in the water.
Finally, I decided to finish the shoot off with a large panoramic landscape photograph of Herstmonceux castle, to include the bridge and the expanse of the moat.