A Night in the Park
Whilst photographing Meteors and Space Stations in my previous blog post (Perseid Meteor Showers) I also managed to capture the haunting stillness of Temple Newsam House at night, although I didn’t get to close to the house, as the famous Blue Lady ghost might have been at home 😦
Hope you enjoy my photo-tour of Temple Newsam House at Night..
Hiding in the Trees
The Haunted House
Courtyard at Night
Gate House Constellations
Who turned on the LIGHTS!!!
Bright Night at Temple Newsam
Temple Newsam House at Night
Temple Newsam Courtyard Entrance
Lens Flare Heaven
The Walk Home
Someones home at the Gatehouse
14 thoughts on “A Night at Temple Newsam”
Wow, that is spooky …. and haunting …. prefect scenery for Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The Walk Home … is my favorite shot.
Thanks Viveka, certainly not for the faint hearted at that time of night 😉
I think I would be more afraid walking home on empty streets in a big city … I like the mystery in that photo .. what will be waiting around the bend. *smile
I think when people see me with a big metal tripod over my shoulder, they don’t seem to bother me…thank god
…I’m glad no one was behind that corner. lol:)
You’re probably right – you have lethal weapon over you shoulder.
Thank you 🙂
Stunning photography Carl. You should be very pleased with these! So atmospheric, fantastic light and shadow. Just, wow!
Thanks Alex, I seem to have got my manual night time settings on the camera just how I like them now… Plus it’s my favourite time for a photo-shoot.
TYSM for the lovely comment BTW 🙂
Really wonderful shots Carl, full of haunting mystery. I love the shots which flow away into darkness at the edges. Beautiful and skilful 🙂
I totally love visiting that place with the Trusty camera, night or day, but the night visit was scary and exciting at the same time.
Might go back and do a star trail shot, which will mean me staying for quite some time… On my own 😦
But the shots will be wonderful 🙂
I can imagine feeling utterly alone in this park in the dark….
Carl, The cloud formations in some of the photos are quite eerie. I like the way the sky glows from the intensity of the city lights in the photo ‘Who turned on the lights?’