Mow Cop Castle, Biddulph  by Mikhail31

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Mow Cop Castle was built as a summerhouse for Randle Wilbraham of Rode Hall in 1754. It was built to look like part of an ancient castle.
This HDR shot was taken on a D7000 with a super wide angle lens at f13 1/60 for the base image and 2 more +/- 1 stop using Photomatix.


mow cop, castle, folly, biddulph, staffordshire, england, hdr

Born in London, I spent my formative years in Birmingham, and most of the rest in Cheshire. Funny how the ‘Brummie’ never leaves you…

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