I was contacted by the new owners of The White Lodge in Tabley Knutsford because they had seen my landscape work and asked if i could come along to the property and take image capturing some of the Autumn colours which was around the house.
The White lodge is Set well back from Chester Road and accessed by a bridge over the brook, This former lodge to Tabley House as under construction stages at the moment. Thought to be originally constructed in 1770, the building is listed Grade II. The unusually designed property has whitewashed brick elevations comprising two towers surmounted by a slate roof with an archway beneath. The lodge stands in an extensive plot with a large private garden to the rear. They wanted me to capture it as best as i could the land and surrounds fields.
On arrival at 7am the light was just starting to peak from the darkness i met with the owners and had a quick look around but i made it very quick as i could see the mist starting to lift from the damp fields which i really wanted to capture because with mist it doesn't always stick around for long. Below is the images which was capture and i can't wait to return back to the property in 2017 when the house and land is all completed to photograph it more for the owners.