Wilder's Folly Reading

The surprising places that can be photographed on your  doorstep

I was seeking a new area to photograph. It's not always easy to discover new places to photograph, especially in a place where I've lived for the majority of my life (it should be easier). Even though I went to school only a few miles away, I was unaware of Wilders' folly until a few years ago.

Wilder's Folly is a folly and dovecote in Nunhide, Berkshire, England, near the village of Sulham. Reverend Henry Wilder built the brick tower or belvedere on Nunhide Hill in 1769. I put my new K&F 10 stop ND filter to the test, which is a significant improvement over my prior 10 stopper.

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