Decided to visit another National Trust property today - the last castle built in England(?) where work started in the early 1900's. Of course it is'nt a real Castle as it has no military purpose and mearly the home of a wealthy man (Julius Drewe) built in the style of a castle - designed by Edwin Lutyens. Unlike our visit to High Cross House, this one is worth the admission with wonderful views, scenic walk and even if you only get to see a few rooms within the 'castle' itself they are well presented and have interesting features. Once again decided to use the Fish Eye lens and there is a new section in the Fish Eye Fun Gallery, called 'Castl Drogo'. Picture inside are a bit grainy as I had to set the camera to ISO 1600, but they will at least give you an idea of the style of the rooms within the 'castle'.
Born in 1956 (so getting on a bit now) I'm married and have two wonderful children we all live in Devon in the South West of England - on the Cornish border.