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I've previously posted a couple of shots from this beautiful National Trust property in Kent, which can be seen here, and here.

The original inhabitants of the castle found it a bit cold and damp living in the middle of an extensive moat, so in 1835 they built a more modern house further up the hill.

Luckily, for artists and photographers, and those who just like looking at ancient ruins, what has been preserved of the original buildings makes a very attractive centrepiece of the large gardens.

The castle and gardens show up very well on Google Earth. Click on Map: [View]

This panorama – click on image to see large version – is a stitch of three photographs, shot in RAW, converted with FastStone viewer, stitched with ArcSoft Panorama Maker.

Final PP in PhotoShop 7.

Exposure: F5 - 1/110:1/150:1/150secs - ISO 200 - 28mm focal length.

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