Houghton House

The first Hitchin Camera Club trip of 2019 was to Houghton House just outside Ampthill in Bedfordshire.  The house was built in the early 17th Century by Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke for use as a hunting lodge and the ruin is now owned by English Heritage.

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Front view

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Rear View

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Interior

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Out through the windows

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Side view

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Who is Arthur Read?

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Martin in the doorway

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Lee behind bars!

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Ellen and Andy

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The View Through

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The Entrance Path – approaching HCC members look like an advancing army in the distance!

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I found this on one of the walls!

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Black & White conversion using Nik Silver Efex Pro.

 

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