autumn / fall, black & white, infrared, photography, ruins, rural, structures


In closing up my posts from Hoddom Castle, I’d like to share my final three IR images from this beautiful 16th Century ruin. If you have been reading my recent posts, you’ll be aware that I will be gifting three shots to the local estate office which looks after it and, I am again looking for your input. It really is a pleasure to share these frames and I do hope I have done it at least a little justice. Please do leave your vote (one shot per post only, please) in the comments section if you have time. Thank you so much for reading, I hope you’ve enjoyed this little series and I look forward to putting my annual review together for posting just before Hogmanay – and a few other little nuggets in-between, I am certain.

Wishing you all a fabulous weekend.


VII |  “1891”.

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VIII | Desolate.

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IX | Shadows Before Light [III]

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14 thoughts on “HODDOM CASTLE – 720NM IR [PT.III/III] | 35CHRONICLE

    1. Harold, thank you ever so much! I’m very fortunate in having a passion for these buildings and, local and not so local excursions usually reward me with something that I can get my lens working on. And there’s a lot of history here that’ll disappear only with time, before ever being flattened by man. As I say, I’m very lucky to be where I am. I suspect if I came to the US for say, a six months road trip – I would be even more spoilt for choice. I love open spaces, big skies, old and abandoned buildings and their histories, bridges… I think I’d be in my element, don’t you?! Remember Clint Eastwood in ‘Bridges of Maddison County’? A-yup! But he never got to shoot ‘em in IR! 😉🙏📷

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