Friday, 15 May 2009

Newby Hall

Dull day yesterday but warm so took a visit to our local stately home, Newby Hall. The most beautiful gardens with exotic ponds, formal gardens and wooded walks. All the spring flowers are out and the beautiful hanging laburnum and wisteria are hanging in the archways. Here are a few sample shots of the day. I wanted to travel light so just took my manfrotto monopod (which extends automatically by just pressing the handle). It's so much lighter and smaller than the tripod but gives so much more stability than just 'hand-held'.



Shutter Speed: 1/640 second
F Number: F/4.8
Focal Length: 68 mm
ISO Speed: 640


Shutter Speed: 1/1000 second
F Number: F/4.8
Focal Length: 68 mm
ISO Speed: 640


Shutter Speed: 1/100 second
F Number: F/4.8
Focal Length: 68 mm
ISO Speed: 200



Shutter Speed: 1/800 second
F Number: F/4.8
Focal Length: 68 mm
ISO Speed: 200

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