Wightwick Manor was built in the late 1800s for Theodore and Flora Manders, and inherited by their son Geoffrey, a paint manufacturer and Liberal MP, in 1900. In the 1930s Geoffrey Maunder somehow persuaded the National Trust to take on a house that was only 50 years old. He and his seccond wife beccame live in curators.
We went for a walk round Ellesmere lake the other day and, although it was warm and quite bright, the sky didn’t have much colour. I had a little play with the Ps camera app to give a more dramatic appearance.
The befores and afters…
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