It's almost four years since I visited the Weald and Downland Living Museum, one of my favourite spots for photography when we lived in Sussex. Kevin and I took a leisurely stroll there this morning, relaxing after the exertions of our weekend at Goodwood.
The museum opened in 1970 with the intention of preserving historic buildings which would otherwise have been demolished. Today it's home to around fifty buildings from all over the south east of England and that number is gradually rising as they rescue yet more.
I didn't go with an preconceived ideas about what I was going to photograph today but I found the mix of sunshine and showers was positively inspiring. The small windows and lack of artificial illumination created some wonderfully dramatic scenes inside the buildings which proved irresistible to me and my camera.