A few days after Chrismas in 2010 we visited Bodiam Castle in East Sussex, it was as extremely foggy day and I was worried the photos would not come out, so decided to do them in HDR to see what happened and I am very pleased with the results. I am very pleased we went as I love Bodiam and seeing it in so much fog was a really interesting effect.
Bodiam Castle is a 14th-century moated castle near Robertsbridge in
East Sussex, England. It was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge,
a former knight of Edward III, with the permission of Richard II,
ostensibly to defend the area against French invasion during the
Hundred Years' War. Of quadrangular plan, Bodiam Castle has no keep,
having its various chambers built around the outer defensive walls and
inner courts. Its corners and entrance are marked by towers, and
topped by crenellations. Its structure, details and situation in an
artificial watery landscape indicate that display was an important
aspect of the castle's design as well as defence. It was the home of
the Dalyngrigge family and the centre of the manor of Bodiam.