Monday, 7 December 2015

Fairfield in Monochrome

While staying in Rye, we took a scenic and round-about route to Dungeness in order to visit Fairfield Church.  Dedicated to St Thomas à Becket, the church stands in the middle of Romney Marsh and is now surrounded by fields containing sheep.  It's also famous with photographers, for good reason, but a sunny morning in September was unlikely to yield any masterpieces.  The sky was impressive, though, so I felt that a monochrome treatment was the order of the day.





As with the trip to Tenterden Church, these pictures were all taken with the Fuji X-T1 and 10-24 lens, with support for the internal shots being improvised where necessary!