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When my alarm went off at 3am this morning, I did wonder why I’d signed up for another Warwick 4am project, but I’m so glad I did.  I regularly visit Charlecote Park with my family as it’s our nearest National Trust house and the lovely cream teas might just have something to do with it too.  But I’d never seen it at night, so I was really pleased when I found out that the latest 4am outing was going to be there.  We were blessed with a dry night and an almost full moon, ideal conditions though slightly chilly (it did take me a couple of hours to thaw out properly afterwards).  And we got to see Charlecote from a whole new angle – the roof of the gatehouse.  Here are my favourites from the session.  Thank you to Sasha Taylor and Nivi Morales for organising as usual, and a big thank you to Lisa from the National Trust for getting up ridiculously early so she could let us in and look after us.

Charlecote Park main building taken during the Warwick 4am project

View across the front lawn at Charlecote Park and gate details | Warwickshire fine art photography

Espalier trees on the front lawn at Charlecote Park | Fine art photography in Warwickshire

Shadows cast on stone steps at Charlecote Park near Stratford-upon-Avon | fine art photography

Charlecote Park Orangery lit up at night | photography in Warwickshire by Linda Scannell

Front lawn and gatehouse details at Charlecote Park at night | by Warwickshire photographer Linda Scannell

View of Charlecote Park main house from the gatehouse at night

The front door at Charlecote and details | Warwickshire photography by Linda Scannell

View from the roof of Charlecote Park gatehouse at night - trees and moon | Fine Art Photography in Warwickshire by Linda Scannell