For today’s Post we are still at Hever Castle (scene of last week’s wedding), but my Eye has shifted up to the ceiling and the decorative framing to the roof lights.
The first image was taken on a previous visit to Hever when we were sizing up the venue. I didn’t adjust the white light setting with the result that the image is warmer that it was in reality, but I liked the warmth and made no correction.
The second shot was taken on the day of the wedding from my place at the top table waiting for everyone to get seated for the start of the meal. I just glanced up, leaned back a fraction and shot. The sky was a perfect blue and the image is more about the pattern of the framing.
No matter what the occasion, one’s Eye will always stray from the main subject, or reason for being there, and see the unexpected detail that adds that little bit extra to the overall record of the occasion.