Sometime last year I went for a walk around Gosford Estate with my Mum. It's a really lovely place to go for a walk on a nice day, so I'd recommend doing so if you ever get the chance. Unfortunately, access to the ponds was closed due to flooding when we were there, so I'd quite like to back one day to have a wander around that area.
This first image is of Wemyss Mausoleum. It was built to be the burial place for the 7th Earl of Wemyss and his family but only the Earl himself ended up being buried inside. I don't usually post multiple pictures of the same thing but I thought it was worthwhile in this instance, so here's a few different views of the Mausoleum.
My Mum loves daffodils, so when she saw this little area in Gosford Estate she asked me to take her picture and I'm glad she did as I think it turned out beautifully. It's really the first time I've taken a proper portrait since I started shooting film, sure I've taken the odd quick picture of people, but I haven't really taken my time with one nor have I went out with the sole purpose of shooting portraits. Hopefully that's something I can do soon.
One of the main attractions of Gosford Estate is its beautiful Neoclassical mansion. Gosford House was constructed for the 7th Earl of Wemyss and designed by Scottish architect Robert Adam. It was completed in the year 1800.
Thought this rundown old tractor was really cool.
I had no idea until afterwards that my two friends Kelly and Lee lived in the next two houses pictured. Quite nice to accidentally get a little glimpse into people's pasts.
The next three images would have been perfect together had I taken them all from exactly the same perspective, but I wasn't thinking about that at the time. Nonetheless, I still really like how each turned out. They were taken along a stretch of what I assume is garages/storage and I just picked out the parts I found pleasing to the eye.
All images were taken with my Mamiya 7ii and Fuji 400H.