Thursday, October 7, 2010

Fall at Squire’s Castle

I try to get out to Squire’s Castle every fall because the location makes for such nice fall photos, and it's also very close to home. This year the fall colors are a little slow to arrive, and the colors we do have are dull. There was also an obstacle preventing me from getting photos from some of the usual vantage points - there was a furniture photo shoot going on inside the castle. They kept most of the front of the building clear but their golf cart, their people, lighting equipment and generator got in the way at times. They had the fireplace going, something I’d never seen before, and I assume they did it to make the interior look more livable. The castle is really just a stone shell of what was supposed to be a gatehouse to an estate and is completely empty and hardly habitable.

Here are a few photos – with the people and equipment wiped where needed! (click on any image for a larger view)

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