Day 37: Keppel’s Column

This is the third of the Wentworth Follies. It’s probably the most obvious of the four from a distance, and yet it’s easy to drive past, because it’s actually not as tall as it looks. From a photographic standpoint, it’s also a tricky one, because it is now surrounded by houses. However, that didn’t stop me enjoying a beautiful sunrise this morning.

Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 25mm; ISO 160; F/8; 0.8 seconds. VC off.

Bonus images:

I stuck around a bit after the sun broke the horizon, and used the range of the Tamron to take some detail shots. The column has a rather large crack in it, which is why it appears to wear a corset these days. The pigeons love it.

Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 200mm; ISO 160; F/8; 1/5 second. VC off.

I think this image sums up what I love about warm autumn days.

Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 78mm; ISO 200; F/7.1; 1/250 second. VC on.

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