“Time really does stand still at Brodsworth Hall, one of the most unusual visitor attractions in South Yorkshire. Inside this beautiful Victorian country house almost everything has been left exactly as it was when it was still a family home. Possessions that took more than 130 years to gather together, from the grandest piece of furniture to family mementoes and humble domestic items, are still in their original places. Meanwhile the beautiful grounds, a collection of grand gardens in miniature, have been restored to their full Victorian splendour, and feature a colourful array of seasonal displays.” – English Heritage
Shot taken on the first leg of our UK road trip on August 6th, 2009. Our first stop was at Brodsworth Hall in South Yorkshire on our way down to Nottingham. Shots taken with a Panasonic Lumix G1, 14-45mm lens.
Any editing carried out in CS3 with Topaz filters.
Much better when viewed in large format.
Also from the Brodsworth Hall and Gardens series: