8.10.12

kettle's yard

This place gives me such a sense of peace, beauty and tranquillity. 
Everything in there is so powerful, the objects seems alive.
I've been twice this weekend and that's because they are more relaxed 
about taking pictures (before it wasn't allowed).
I have a new camera (my first DSLR), I've chosen a Nikon. 
I only want to use it in manual mode but I have to learn how to use it. 
Being lazy, I tend not to read the instruction manual and so I got 
stuck for ages wondering where the various functions are, it took 
me a while to realise that the diaphragm command was an anonymous  
washer ( is that the correct name in English?). 
Anyway I guess the best way to learn is to use it. 
My first attempts were taken in that wonderful house so excuse 
the quality of the images.
Have a nice beginning of the week.

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Kettle's Yard






7 comments:

Kaylovesvintage said...

amazing ..wonderful place

Mdmslle. said...

Such a comfy place!

Karen said...

I love kettle's yard - I live so far away so it has been a whie since I have visited. Your images have brought memories flooding back. No wonder you visit often x

Trula said...

Such a peaceful place. I hope you are stuck no longer.

jenni said...

oh my, I've never heard of Kettle's Yard before, so thank you Alessandra for the introduction. Superb!! x

charlotte said...

les petits caillous en forme d'escargot; à la façon de richard long,
j'adore,
see you soon

karimaxwell said...

beautiful.
having our "get away" places is SO important...