Today Arleta and I went to Turf Fen Mill, where we found 2 drainage (?) mills. We took a few nice pictures of them 🙂
Edit: Today (04.03.2014), just after my work, I went to Turf Fen again. I arrived about 20 minutes befor the sunset and I took a few amazing IMO pictures. The weather was amazing – no wind, nice clouds, time just before the sunset.
Pictures to be found on the second page of this post here 🙂 Continue reading Turf Fen Mill
Today Arleta and I went to Thurne, where we found 2 drainage mills. We could not get an access to the second mill, but we took a few nice pictures of the first one. Continue reading Thurne Drainage Wind Mill
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The Abbey of St Benet at Holme lies deep in the Broadland of East Norfolk, close to the meeting place of the rivers Bure and Ant. This was the only Norfolk monastery founded in the Anglo-Saxon period which continued in use throughout the Middle Ages – the only comparable ones in East Anglia were the royal abbeys at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk and Ely in Cambridgeshire. However St Benet’s, unlike Bury and Ely, was largely abandoned after the closure of the monastery in the 1530s, because of its inaccessible location.
The buildings have been thoroughly demolished except for the gatehouse and the wind pump later built onto it. The surviving ruins and earthwork remains are very interesting indeed, however. Visitors can see how the site was laid out, while much important evidence remains below the ground. The Trust bought the main part of the site from the Crown Estate in 2002, and the gatehouse and mill from the Diocese of Norwich in 2004.
As well as being of great historical interest, St Benet’s is also very atmospheric. Standing in the depths of Broadland, away from roads and other settlements, it is a wonderful place to spend time surrounded by the wide open skies and away from the modern world. For over 200 years it has been a favourite spot for artists and photographers. Continue reading St Benet’s Abbey – Panorama 360° x 180°
Today Arleta and I visited abandoned cricket pavilion near Guist. Continue reading Guist Abandoned Cricket Pavilion
We took this panoramic picture yesterday. Unfortunately my full frame Nikon D600 is being repaired so I had to use a APSC D7000 with not a perfect result. Because of the smaller view angle the overlapping was not sufficient and the panorama has some faulty areas.
Continue reading Marriott’s Way Bridge – 360° x 180° Panorama
My family member has recently found online my grandfather’s Franciszek Rozenek birthday certificate from XIX century. Despite the fact that my grandfather Franciszek Rożenek was Polish, the certificate is in Russian. because Poland was under Russian annexation for 123 years. Continue reading My grandfather’s birth certificate from XIX.
Today Arleta and I went to RAF Airbase in Lakenheath. We decided to take a few pictures of, mainly, F15. This is one of the busiest RAF airbase in the UK.
We found a official view point with many other airplane enthusiasts. We were only one togs – strange 🙂
We used Nikon D7000 + 300mm f4 + TC1.4. Continue reading RAF Airbase in Lakenheath – photography.
Last Saturday Arleta and I went to Castle Acre. Arleta took a few “standard” pictures and I took 3 panoramas 🙂 This post has three pages. To see another panoramas please go to next page.
Continue reading Castle Acre – 360° x 180° Photography
WordPress has a standars tag <!–nextpage–> which to be placed in the post to get a pagination. Unfortunately it appeared under my adsense adds, social networks buttons and related posts widget – which caused a big possibility that website user could not find the pagination link.
To get the pagination buttons also on top on the post I decided to copy the code and paste it as shown on the picture below: Continue reading WordPress Pagination Position Problem