Girafferacing's Architecture Posts

I had to visit Ware today so naturally I used this as an excuse to take my daily lockdown walk somewhere other than our village. Walking back to the car, I…

It’s funny how the simplest things become exciting when you’re in a lockdown. I’m used to travelling a lot with my work, but these days even a jaunt to a…

On my way to the farm shop this morning I stopped in Henham and spent a little time in St. Mary’s Church. Unlike so many churches in Essex, the ones in Elsenham…

A couple of months ago I bought a secondhand copy of Simon Jenkins’ book, England’s Thousand Best Churches. It’s a weighty tome, best explored in bursts and…

Winter returned today, hot on the heels of yesterday’s welcome sunshine. As we drove over to Finchingfield for a walk the thick fog showed no sign of lifting,…

Now we’re back into the highest restrictions on our movement again it’s a case of finding photographic opportunities when we go for a walk. A brief sunny spell…

After a walk around the Fitzwilliam Museum today my plan had been to do some street photography. Sadly, the morning sun had hidden behind the clouds and…

It was time for a little photographic outing this morning, so I headed across the Hertfordshire countryside to the village of Buckland. My destination was St…

During a flying visit to Sussex today we popped by the motor circuit at Goodwood to see if anything interesting was out on track. I couldn’t get excited about…

We went for a stroll around Chipping Ongar this morning and I kept an open mind about what I would photograph. As well as photographing the church and the old…

I felt the need to get out of the house this morning, but really couldn’t face wading through the mud in the woods, so instead I headed for Saffron Walden. I…

I struggled to get inspired as we took a very soggy walk around Saffron Walden in the rain this afternoon. Then I spotted this lamp hanging in an alleyway and…

On my way home from Cambridge this afternoon I made a small detour to visit Duxford Chapel. This enchanting 14th century building originally formed part of a…

When I tried the Leica Q2 last week I really thought it would suit my style of shooting, so I was disappointed when I didn’t get the thrill I was expecting. Yes…

I’ve visited Ely Cathedral many times before and have even played in a concert there, but have never really done it justice in my photos. Today I visited once…

For some time now I’ve had a hankering for the Leica Q2, a full frame camera with an amazing 28mm f1.7 prime lens. Luckily for me the Leica store in Mayfair…

I felt the need for some quality photography time today so I ventured out in the pouring rain to St Mary’s Church at Chickney. I’ve visited this redundant…
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