Bedgebury- It will be great when it’s finished.


I blogged a few weeks ago from Bedgebury. If I am honest after visiting this place for ten years, I am really only recently beginning to appreciate its charms. With so many of the trees being still relatively young, it feels like somewhere that will be worth visiting in about a hundred years and much of it feels so artificial with its walkways, playgrounds and wooden sculptures.

And yet the trees are beautiful and I am learning to love its strangeness. Last time I brought these out in long exposures and false colour. Today I worked in infrared:













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