On a cold autumn evening it’s always good to get back home, pull down the blinds and switch on the lights, leaving the mad dash of the world to carry on outside while we snuggle down and enjoy an evening ensconced at home.
I took this photograph on our recent visit to Lewes Castle. As there wasn’t an abundance of available light I opened up the aperture, which gave me a shallow depth of field. Looking at the image now I’d like to go back and take it again, but with a tripod, as I think it would be better for having the peeling paint in sharper focus. That said, there’s still something about this photograph that I like.