Here’s a few more from a day on Portland (Dorset UK). These abandoned buildings are part of a Victorian artillery battery built on the island and abandoned decades ago. The subject was perfect for a drop more IR on the Sony RX100 (what a surprise) – so here we go. All shot at the 28mm setting at f1.8 handheld – the camera is unmodified.
This is a view down one of what I suppose was the tracks which brought ammunition from the stores to the gun positions – the concrete walkway over the rails is unexpected…
Portland is great for this sort of shot – the island was heavily used by the military then handed over to prison services and much of that dark architecture remains. Can’t resist barbed wire!
Back to the main fortification and some overgrown steps leading out of the depression in the ground which houses the gun position.
Finally a view of some of what I suppose were store houses, the sparse grassy vegetation slowly growing over the banks and stone.
Altogether a wonderful spot – and good weather for IR photography. The R72 filter has got to be left at home for a while now. That and the plastic Lensbaby are taking up too much time!
Thanks for looking – hope you like them.