Sussex sunshine on a day out at Bodiam Castle

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I thought I’d share this image with you. It’s one I took on a family day out to Bodiam Castle in Robertsbridge, East Sussex.

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The sun shining through a tree, just over the road from Bodiam Castle in Robertsbridge, Sussex.

I like the way the sun is shining through the tree’s branches. It was a very bright day with no clouds so the sun was very powerful and the tree, as you can see, ended up in silhouette.

While I always prefer to use a DSLR camera, this image was taken on my mobile’s camera. It never ceases to amaze me how good camera phones have become and for close-up shots, I sometimes get better results using my phone.

I have dragged myself out of my sick bed to link this image to the #MySundayPhoto photographic linky hosted by the Photalife blog. I fear I have a touch of the flu and this has hindered my attempts to get out with my camera this week (the shot above was, I confess, taken a couple of months ago).

I wish you all a very good bank Holiday weekend. I’m afraid I plan to return to my sick bed!



15 thoughts on “Sussex sunshine on a day out at Bodiam Castle”

    1. Thanks Sarah, on the mend now. It is strange, sometimes phone cameras do take better shots don’t they? Often when you least expect it.

  1. I hope you get well soon. I take all my outdoor photos with my phone. It takes great pics in daylight and is so easy to carry. I find a dslr and toddler is too much to worry about #MySundayPhoto

  2. What a fabulous shot and like you I prefer to use my Canon but sometimes the phone is all I have and it does constantly surprise me how damn good it can be


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