We’re back at Barrington Court, this time going inside the Tudor manor house where parts of the BBC drama Wolf Hall was shot.
The below photo is of three costumes used in the Wolf Hall series.
I went to Barrington Court a little while ago now with a friend, I’ve been pretty busy since with work and this has been my first good day to take a look at my photos in Lightroom. We had a good two or three hours walking about the grounds and house there with a lot to see. Would definitely recommend a visit to Barrington Court to anyone who enjoys National Trust buildings.
A colony of bumblebees have taken up residence in a bird box on the side of our garage. The first half of the video is played at normal speed and the second half slowed down to around 0.33x speed.
I went into the county ground in Taunton to watch Somerset v Nottinghamshire on Monday afternoon, it was the second day of a four day county championship match. The game concluded today with a win for Somerset by 2 wickets.
The new stand was having work done on it as the cricket was being play. This new devlopment has taken the place of the Old Pavilion, built back in 1881.
Greg Smith walking off to the pavilion, bowled by Jim Allenby. The bail on the ground behind the wicket.